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Art and Wine | Wine sip and painting evening

10 January, 2021

January 29 at 7pm

At Gallery FourLife

An exclusive Wine sipping and painting evening

for adults by Gallery Four Life Art Gallery.

Van Gogh Museum - Amsterdam: Livestream Art Tour

On January - 1:30 AM UTC+05:30 – JAN 18 AT 3:10 AM UTC+05:30

Join us for an online/virtual tour of the Van Gogh Museum in Amsterdam, the Netherlands. The Van Gogh Museum holds the world’s largest collection of Vincent van Gogh’s paintings and drawings, plus works by many other artists including Monet, Gauguin, Toulouse-Lautrec and more. We will discuss how the museum’s paintings and drawings compare and contrast with well-known items at other museums and the context of these works in Vincent’s life and legacy.

In 2017, the museum had 2.3 million visitors and was the most-visited museum in the Netherlands, and the 23rd-most-visited art museum in the world. In 2019, the Van Gogh Museum launched the Meet Vincent Van Gogh Experience, a technology-driven ‘immersive exhibition’ on Van Gogh’s life and works, which has toured globally.

Your host for this program is Robert Kelleman , the founder/director of the non-profit community organisation Washington, DC History and Culture . Robert earned a Bachelor’s Degree in Art History from the University of Michigan, spent the first two years of his career at the Detroit Institute of Arts, and loves visiting the Van Gogh Museum. Robert is not employed by the Van Gogh Museum - this program is presented by Washington, DC History and Culture.

Frank’s Europe: Before, During and After Her Diary - Livestream Tour

Online Event

JAN 25 AT 3:30 AM UTC+05:30 – JAN 25 AT 5:10 AM UTC+05:30

Join us for an online/virtual tour of the places throughout Europe associated with Anne Frank. While the basics of Anne’s life as depicted in her diary are known to many, some of the most noteworthy aspects of this time are not well known. In addition, the period of her life before and after the 26 months covered in her diary is not nearly as familiar as they should be. We’ll review Anne’s tragic and inspiring life (before, during, and after the diary) through the places in Germany, the Netherlands and Poland connected to her.