Slow Art Day on Paros

7, April 2014 § 2 Comments

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The Aegean Center‘s Jane Pack will be hosting a Slow Art Day event this Saturday, April 12th, at the Paros Archeological Museum. Another welcome offshoot of the greater Slow Movement, Slow Art Day is about looking at and enjoying art slowly.

On Slow Art Day, volunteers and participants around the world gather at museums and galleries and spend an hour or two carefully looking at art. Afterwards, everyone reconvenes and discusses their experiences.

Show your support for Slow Art and join us this Saturday morning.

Time: 11:00AM

Meeting Place: Aegean Center. After a few introductory remarks, Jane will lead the group to the Paros Archeological Museum, where we’ll spend about an hour looking at a few pre-chosen pieces. The group will then walk back to the Aegean Center for a discussion.

Cost: 2 euro admission to the Paros Archeological Museum (1 euro reduced admission for children under the age of 18).

Sign up: You can sign-up here or just show up!

 

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