Explore Davis Collection This Week At The Hunter

Sunday, February 03, 2013

This week at the Hunter there will be a diversity of visual and culinary artistry at the exhibit "African American Art: Selections from the Carnetta and Norm Davis Collection" with a talk by guests Carnetta and Norm Davis.

Then, participants will experience the culinary artistry of New Orleans as shared with Cherita and Michael Adams of Blue Orleans who will offer a demonstration of the tastes of the upcoming Mardi Gras festival.   

The exhibit talk will be Thursday at 6 p.m. and the culinary presentation at 6:30 p.m.

The program is included with regular Hunter Museum admission (free to Hunter Members; $9.95 for non-member adults, $4.95 for non-member children).   To learn more, visit huntermuseum.org or call 267-0968.  


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