Wednesday, March 20, 2013

Henry trip

Hello again, intrepid docents:


One more reminder for our field trip tomorrow! Since I gather there may have been some confusion, I wanted to make sure everyone is clear that the café we are meeting at for lunch is the Henry’s (, NOT TAM. Please plan to find us there, in Seattle, at 12. You can get directions to the Henry Art Gallery, and to the nearest parking lot (there is also some street parking, most of it paid) here:


Here is the complete list of everyone who’s RSVP’d to me, along with details about your transportation. (I’m glad to say that everyone has said they are in for lunch as well.) Thanks to Ellen and Judi for driving others! I’ll be meeting you all there, as I live nearby the Henry. If you have any trouble, please contact my cell phone at 917.608.7466.


Ellen S             driving

Margaret U      passenger w/Ellen

Karin M           passenger w/Ellen

Sharon B         passenger w/Ellen

Judi K              driving

Randy H          passenger w/Judi

Gaard  L          independent   

Carolyn S        independent


If you haven’t RSVP’d to me but would like to come anyway, please feel free to just come join us tomorrow! Once more, here is the full info about this training opportunity:


For Fun!


March 21,

Lunch: 12 pm

Tour: 1 pm

Field Trip! Pipilotti Rist: A la belle étoile at Henry Art Gallery

Take a trip up to Seattle to see the work of Pipolotti Rist, one of the featured artists in the BNY Mellon exhibition, on view at the Henry Art Gallery until March 24. We will have a guided tour of the exhibition followed by time to explore the galleries on our own. Join us for a no-host lunch in the Henry’s café, Molly’s (, beforehand if you are able.


Looking forward to seeing you,



Courtney Vowels | TACOMA ART MUSEUM

Public and Docent Programs Manager


T: 253.272.4258 x3030

1701 Pacific Avenue, Tacoma, Washington 98402


“I love the atmosphere of anticipation,

the feeling in the air that events have happened, or will happen soon.”


Memories and Meditations: A Retrospective of Michael Kenna’s Photography
On view through March 24, 2013



Post a Comment

<< Home