adult programming: for everyone
New Program! Grand Rounds Lectures
Art is often seen as a painting on a wall, a sculpture, an object on a shelf or in a garden. Works of art are much more than that. Art helps us learn what it means to be human and how we can live in a world full of differences. Art teaches us new ways of thinking and feeling. This new program at the Reading Public Museum will lead guests in learning to look and think differently about familiar and unfamiliar works of art in RPM’s collection
This program is presented by Florence Gelo, DMIN, NCPSYA associate professor in the Department of Family, Community & Preventive Medicine at Drexel University.
November 3 • 1-2pm
Waiting for a Bite, Central Park, George Wesley
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Registration is required.
This program is FREE for Museum Members and FREE with Museum admission. Contact Wendy Koller at email@example.com to register
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