Some wine and culture news! The curator of the Nelson-Atkins Museum of Art, Catherine Futter will be coming to Belvoir Winery in Liberty, Missouri on Thursday at 7pm to talk about their current special exhibit: Decorative Arts at the World’s Fairs. Admission is $5 and a 630pm wine tasting before the talk is free. Hope you all can make it out. For details see: http://www.belvoirwinery.com/index.php?cID=628
This is the first in a series of Thursday evening talks. Here’s the full list:
July 26th Inventing the Modern World: Decorative Arts at the World’s Fairs
Curator Catherine Futter of The Nelson-Atkins Museum of Art will talk about the exciting exhibition that’s on until August 19.
August 9th Preserving Historic Sites in Kansas City
Susan Richards Johnson, architect and historic preservation specialist, will talk about some of Kansas City’s current historic renovation projects, including the Liberty Memorial.
August 16th On Hannibal’s Trail
Danny Wood, Belvoir bartender and journalist will talk about bicycling 2,300 miles from Spain to Tunisia with his brothers to present the BBC TV documentary about Rome’s worst enemy.
August 30th Ernest Hemingway and The Kansas City Star
Steve Paul, senior writer and arts editor of The Kansas City Star, will talk about legendary author and journalist, Ernest Hemingway, focusing on his time at the KC Star.