[Loch-Ruadh] Trip to the Kimbell Art Museum - Picturing theBible: The Earliest Christian Art
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Sat Feb 16 06:45:46 PST 2008
I have a horrible cough and sore throat. I'm trying real hard not to spread
my germs around by keeping my mouth shut and you all know how hard it is for
me to keep my mouth shut.
So, in the interest of the health of the populace, I'm going to keep the
"crud" germs at home today.
*¨¨*:.(¯`'.¸ Dana ¸.'´¯) .:*¨¨*
I think I got this "crud" from talking on the phone to Bice!! I was fine
until she called me telling me she was sick.
It looks like a good day to do something indoors. I
hope to see everyone at the Kimbell Art Museum today!
--- Aingeal <clan_mac at charter.net> wrote:
> When: February 16, 2008 at 1:00 pm
> Where: Kimbell Art Museum
> Map to location: http://tinyurl.com/3b42la
> We will be having a group trip to the Kimbell Art
> Museum on Saturday, Feb. 16 at 1PM to see the
> exhibit "Picturing the Bible, The Earliest Christian
> The Kimbell Art Museum is located at 3333 Camp Bowie
> Blvd., Fort Worth, near the intersection of
> University Dr. and Camp Bowie Blvd.
> Those that cannot make the 1PM time are invited to
> join late, as the museum tour is self guided and the
> museum is open until 5PM. The tour takes
> approximately 1 1/2 hours.
> Admission to the exhibit is $14 for adults, $12 for
> seniors 60 and over and students with ID, $10 for
> children 6-11, and free to children under 6. Those
> that do not have the budget for admission, there is
> a substantial and very interesting permanent exhibit
> that can be view for FREE! There is also a nice
> gift shop where books and postcards can be purchased
> showing museum pieces appropriate for primary A&S
> references. I purchased the exhibit catalog that I
> would be glad to let anyone look through also.
> The free permanent exhibit includes South American
> statuary, Egyptian artifacts, and some very famous
> masterpieces painted by several Renaissance and
> modern masters, among many other pieces. The
> Picturing the Bible exhibit has many carvings in
> ivory, marble, limestone, and wood, several
> illuminated scripts, glass medallions, jewelry,
> coins, funerary art, as well as many additional
> pieces. These are mostly dated from the 2nd to the
> 6th Century AD.
> Those that wish to gather before going to the
> museum, I was planning to be at the McDonalds at the
> corner of Montgomery and Camp Bowie at 12 noon until
> just before
> 1 PM to socialize, unless someone has a better
> Anyone that needs directions to the museum are
> encoraged to contact me at the Loch Ruadh Minister
> of Arts and Science link or at tdsikes at prodigy.net.
> Terrence ad te Syke
> Loch Ruadh MoAS
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