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Paris, Capital of the Art World

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Le Petit Louvre

2 Springfield Avenue

Potts Point, NSW 2011

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Join Corinne Estrada, the French speaker, on a dazzling talk about Paris that will change the way you look at this Capital of the Art World.

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In the French 19th century, industrialization and successive revolutions created a breeding ground for innovation. The city of Paris, transformed by Baron Haussmann, poets, painters, writers, and musicians embraced the wide-reaching romantic and naturalist movements. Artists changed their compositions with passion and drama to explore new territories. From 1830 to 1900, discover how Paris became the thriving heart of the art world.

Come learn, dinne and play with a leading arts expert Corinne Estrada, CEO at Communicating the Arts, the international conference for cultural leaders for more than 20 years.

Talking the Arts is the new event for arts lovers about the giant masters including Van Gogh, Picasso, Matisse, Gaugin and much more. After Randwick, join us every second Wednesday at Le Petit Louvre in Potts Point.

>> Your ticket includes a talk, a social art session and French cheese & wine tasting.

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Talking the Arts is a new event for arts lovers in Sydney.

Join Corinne Estrada, the French speaker, on a dazzling tour that will change the way you look at Modern art. From Monet’s Waterlilies to van Gogh’s Sunflowers, from Picasso’s Guernica to Matisse’s collages, learn the stories behind the masterpieces, see the artists as they really were, explore their times and discover the magic of modern art.

Every Tuesday at Four Frogs Randwick from 6pm to 8pm, share a crepe with a glass of cider and immerse yourself in the lives of the artists, their best kept secrets, their success and love stories.

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