DUE TO THE COVID-19 OUTBREAK THIS EVENT HAS BEEN CANCELLED. WE HOPE TO RE-SCHEDULE IT AT A LATER DATE.
Join YaleWomen Connecticut in celebrating 50WomenAtYale150 – the 50th anniversary of the coeducation of Yale College and the 150th anniversary of the Graduate & Professional Schools!
Sunday, March 29, 2020
New Britain Museum of American Art
For a private, docent-led tour of In Thread and On Paper: Anni Albers in Connecticut
With Beverly Pierz ’80 MED (School of Architecture)
2:00-3:00 pm: Admission fee is $15.00 per person. We must make one payment for our entire group at the front desk in the lobby. Please arrive no later than 1:45 pm so we can collect your payment – exact cash only. (Special note to those who are members of NBMAA and/or the North American Reciprocal Museum Association: your membership admission benefits do not apply to this docent-led tour – you must pay the $15 admission fee.)
Maximum capacity is 20 people. Register no later than Sunday, March 22, 2020 to firstname.lastname@example.org. We will keep a wait list. If your plans change and you are no longer able to join us, please let Susan know as soon as possible so we can fill your slot.
12:30-1:30 pm: For those interested in having a pay-as-you-go bite to eat before the tour, join us at the Museum’s Café on the Park at 12:30 pm. We cannot reserve or hold tables, but we will do our best to sit together!
NBMAA is a gem. It’s open from 11 am – 5 pm. Take advantage of all it has to offer while you’re here! The Museum has a rich history – and a bright future! 2020 is all women, all year. Why? Read the director’s vision about Why Women Artists. About that “park” in the Café’s name: the Museum is sited on the northern edge of Walnut Hill Park, an early work of landscape architect Frederick Law Olmsted (born and buried in Hartford). The view from the Café’s is spectacular!
Nadine Fraser, MD (’12 MPH) is the producer of this exciting next stop on YaleWomen Connecticut’s signature Museum Trail series. Co-sponsored by Yale Alumni Nonprofit Alliance (YANA) and Yale Museums, Art and Culture.