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Registration open: Dangerous Liaisons at the Ackland: An Evening of French Enlightenment Art and Literature

Registration is now open:

Carolina Public Humanities is teaming up with the Ackland Art Museum for a dangerously enlightening evening of French art, literature, and wine!

Join Jessica Tanner, Assistant Professor of French, in a robust discussion of Pierre Choderlos de Laclos’ scandalous novel Dangerous Liaisons, followed by a close look at the charming and challenging new exhibition Becoming a Woman in the Age of Enlightenment: French Art from the Horvitz Collection, led by Ackland’s Director of Academic Programs, Carolyn Allmendinger.

Every participant will receive a copy of Dangerous Liaisons by mail upon registering.  Seats are limited to 20 participants, so sign up early to reserve your spot!

TIME & COST

Friday, March 9, 2018

6:30 – 8:30 pm

Registration is $40 per person and includes a copy of the book.

Call 919-962-1544 to register, or register online.

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