Satire and Society: Honore Daumier and French Lithography
February 7 at 5 PM
Satire and Society is a student-curated show about Honore Daumier’s caricatures of French society from the 1820s to the 1870s. Students Matt Alie ’08, Arjuna Balaranjan ’07, John Beeson ’09, Amanda Duch ’08, Juliet Falchi ’08, Hannah Freece ’09, Alaina Gibbs ’09, Megan Krentz ’07, Sarah Leonard ’09, Emily Shechtman ’08, and Arielle Silverman ’08 prepared the exhibit in a seminar class last semester. Matt, John, and Hannah will speak at the reception.
Also, you should know that all Wesleyan students can become members of the Friends of the Davison Art Center for FREE! Just fill out the form. This year all members receive a copy of the catalog for the show, Keiji Shinohara: Color Harmony, which was on exhibit in the Davison Art Center in the fall.
If you can’t make it to the opening, make sure to stop by the Davison Art Center sometime or visit the website.
What: Opening reception for Satire and Society: Honore Daumier and French Lithography
When: Thursday, February 7 at 5 PM
Where: Davison Art Center
We hope to see you there!