Take a Free Virtual Tour of the National Portrait Gallery with Boulder Hadassah

On Thursday March 24, 2022, from 4:00-5:30 pm (MST), Boulder Hadassah is hosting a free, private, docent-led virtual hour and a half Zoom tour of the National Portrait Gallery, featuring women artists and their subjects. If a picture is worth 1,000 words, then the legacies of these individuals speak volumes.

The National Portrait Gallery, which is part of The Smithsonian, houses an impressive collection of nearly 23,000 works of art. This virtual interactive tour will enable you to view selected portraits from the permanent collection at the Smithsonian’s National Portrait Gallery, as well as explore the lives of the artists who painted these portraits.

Mary Ellen Michel, an experienced NPG docent and history maven, will highlight several portraits. You may be surprised by what you’ll discover! Please join us for this fascinating educational experience.

Register at https://events.hadassah.org/gallery  Zoom link provided after registration. Donations accepted.

For questions: 720-526-2004 or boulder@hadassah.org

 

About Shirley Gang

Longtime Boulder resident and active participant in Boulder Hadassah. Our chapter strives to bring our members and associates programming to create community, advocate for women's rights, promote health and well-being around the world, support Hadassah hospitals in Israel, and provide information on issues of concern.

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