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Little Dancer Discussion Series: The Most Famous Obscure Dancer in the World: Marie van Goethem

Art historian Richard Kendall introduces us to Degas's famous sculpture and dance historian Jill De Vonyar explores what we know about the real "Little Dancer," a story of mystery and obscurity. No tickets required.

  • Sat., Nov. 15, 2014, 12:00 PM
  • Grand Foyer
  • 1 hour
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Little Dancer Discussion Series
The Most Famous Obscure Dancer in the World: Marie van Goethem

Art historian Richard Kendall introduces us to Degas's famous sculpture and dance historian Jill De Vonyar explores what we know about the real "Little Dancer," a story of mystery and obscurity.

Discussion Timing: Approximately 1 hour.

This is a FREE event, and NO tickets are required. Seating is on a first-come, first-served basis, subject to availability. Patrons should proceed to the North Millennium Stage in the Grand Foyer.

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