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Behind-the-Scenes Intensive Day at FloGris: Leo Jensen & More

April 1 @ 10:00 am - 3:00 pm

Sessions led by members of the Professional Staff of the Florence Griswold Museum

$120 (Members 10% discount); geared for adults (18+), limited to 15

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It’s time to remove the velvet ropes, pull back the curtain, and unlock the doors. Participants in our intensive behind-the-scenes day will get an up-close and personal look at the workings of the Museum with an emphasis on the Leo Jensen exhibition: Fun & Games? Leo Jensen’s Pop Art.

The day features a light breakfast and coffee with Executive Director Joshua Campbell Torrance; tours of the Jensen exhibition with Curator Amy Kurtz Lansing and his widow and fellow artist Dalia Ramanauskas; tour of new highlights gallery with Associate Curator Jenny Parsons; lunch with additional staff members; an attic-to-basement-tour of the Griswold House with David D.J. Rau, Curator of Visitor Engagement; and a concluding event examining a hand-picked selection of artworks with the Curator.

You’ll never experience the Museum in the same way again.

Please note: to receive a Member discount you MUST be registered with an online account. Not yet registered? Sign up here. All Membership discounts will be automatically applied after you login, enter registrant information, and add tickets to your cart.

Fun & Games? Leo Jensen’s Pop Art has been made possible by generous support from CT Humanities, the Department of Economic and Community Development, Connecticut Office of the Arts, HSB, The David T. Langrock Foundation, WSHU Public Radio, The Aeroflex Foundation, Mrs. Barbara Smith, Mr. Wayne Harms & Mrs. Barbara Harms, Mr. Jeb Embree & Mrs. Dianne Embree, as well as donors to the Annual Fund.



April 1
10:00 am - 3:00 pm
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