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VIRTUAL An Evening with Michelle Zauner | Thursday, June 30, 7-8pm

RESCHEDULED: Join us for an evening with musician and author Michelle Zauner as she discusses her music career and her beloved bestselling memoir, “Crying in H Mart.” Michelle Zauner is best known as a singer and guitarist who creates dreamy, shoegaze-inspired indie pop under the name Japanese Breakfast. Chicago author, editor, critic, and producer Jessica Hopper will join her in conversation.

VIRTUAL The Art of Paul Cézanne | Monday, July 11, 7-8pm

Together with his colleague Camille Pissarro and his dealer Amboise Vollard, Paul Cézanne sought to challenge the conservative art world of late 19th-century Paris. Eventually, he moved beyond Impressionism and inspired a new generation of modernists. Coinciding with the Art Institute’s exhibition, art historian Jeff Mishur will discuss Cézanne’s innovative approach to traditional subjects such as still life, landscape and the nude.

VIRTUAL Man's Best Friend: Dogs in the Ancient World | Wednesday, July 13, 1-2pm

Dogs were the first animal humans domesticated, and have held a special place in our societies ever since. Acting as guards, guides to the underworld, companions and hunters, they have played many parts throughout history. Join London-based archaeologist Ellen Green in an exploration of what roles dogs had in the ancient world and how our canine friends have been there for us for 29,000 years.

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