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The Dancer a kickass exhibit curated by dr. Annette Dixon

Hello Art Lovers!

Please get out your planners…


This is your friendly Museum slave letting you know what’s going on in everyone’s favorite elitist institution is exhibiting next…..okay I may sound a little bitter but it’s more like sweet and sour.  I work the ‘front lines’ at the museum and our next major exhibition (which is the best thing coming to the muse this year ) is

THE DANCER: DEGAS FORAIN AND TOULOUSE-LAUTREC.

 

MEMBER’S PREVIEW DAY IS: SATURDAY FEBURARY 2, 2008

 

What the rest of the public do and don’t know is that all the ads say that is the opening day so everyone will be coming not just members. Hzah!

No one will be turned away and its going to be busy? Yes, crowded hopefully not. No matter the turn out my life will be engulfed by mad crowds of people who are all going to complain. What does this mean for you? Well you can pick and chose when you want to come and see the well thought out mixed media turn of the century Parisian exhibit. Come to the show later and skip the crowds or come on the opening day and get your ‘money’s worth’.  

 

Here’s what’s going on the first day:


museum membersFree
adults$15.00
seniors 55+/students 19+$13.00
youth 5 - 18$6.00
children 4 and youngerFree
group tickets$11.00
 

Special exhibition tickets include admission to the entire Museum.

 

12-3pm            The Dancer Art Making Activity

(bring little ones 6-12 yrs old they seem to enjoy the muse the most)

Marion Miller Gallery.   Mark Building

 

            12:30, 1,1:30 and 2pm Family Story time- The World of Dance

3rd floor.  Belluschi Building

 

            1 and 2 pm       Oregon Ballet Theatre dancer demonstrations

(this is not a real ballet production just demos of basic stances ZZZzzzz)

Fields Sunken Ballroom.  Mark Building


 

10- 2pm           FILM- Degas and Dance: The Man behind the Easel

Whitsell Auditorium. Belluschi Building

 

ON OTHER DAYS:

 

FAMILY PRINTMAKING WORKSHOP:

Saturday, Feb 9th 1-4pm.

Get your art on with your kids making linoleum prints inspired by the Winter in Silk Linings exhibition. One child/ one adult $45 members, $56 nonmembers, $15 per additional adult.

 

CATCHING THE MOMENT: HUMAN ANATOMY IN MOTION**

Thursdays, 6-8pm Feb 21&28, Mar 6, 13 & 20

Dynamic human figure movements, Gallery sketch and draw and paint in classroom. $120 members, $150 nonmembers

 

** will kickass

 

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ooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooo !!!!
do you know if the PSU student pass gets me into this?
it'll cost $5 WITH your student pass and student ID. the audio guide that goes with the exhibit is free.