Hartford Reception and Museum Tour with Eva Grudin

Date: 4/5/2017
Time: 5:30 PM

 WILLIAMS REGIONAL ASSOCIATION OF HARTFORD

invites Williams alumni, parents, and friends to attend
a TEACH IT FORWARD reception and museum tour

with

Eva Grudin
Senior Lecturer in Art, Emerita


Date
Wednesday, April 5th

Time
5:30 Reception
6:15 Tour of Vistas del Sur Exhibition led by Professor Grudin

Location
The New Britain Museum of Art
56 Lexington Street
New Britain, CT 06052

There is no charge for this event
Light fare and beverages provided
The reception is generously hosted by New Britain Museum of Art Director Min Jung Kim,
in honor of Save the Last Dance, the new novel by Eva Grudin and co-author Eric Josephs.

Vistas del Sur: 
Traveler Artists’ Landscapes of Latin America from the Patricia Phelps de Cisneros Collection is currently on exhibition at The New Britain Museum of American Art. Vistas del Sur features more than 150 rarely seen paintings, photographs, works on paper, and books dating from 1638 to 1887, that trace the evolution of Latin American landscapes by artists from Europe and the Americas. The museum will stay open after hours for a private tour of the exhibition. 

Eva Grudin taught in the art dept. at Williams for over forty years. She retired in 2014, and, changed course, taking up fiction writing. Her debut novel, Save the Last Dance, is about two teenage sweethearts who reunite after 50 years apart. It is co-authored with Eric Joseph, who will also be at the reception. This book is a work of fiction, an epistolary novel, all in email and texts, among 6 people caught up in tumult of this reunion. Sweet reminiscences and flights of fancy give way to the distress the couple's reconnection causes others.

Eric Joseph lives in Chicago and is a consultant in public health. Working at various hospitals and clinics across the country, he has concentrated his service on facilities overseen by the Indian Health Service.

Please register by March 31st



Questions?

Please contact Alumni Relations
alumni.relations@williams.edu
(413) 597-4151