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VIRTUAL A Closer Look at Holiday Imagery: Passover | Monday, April 3, 7-8pm

The illuminated Haggadahs of medieval Iberia—with which Jewish families of the time would celebrate their Seders—are highly personal manuscripts that must have involved commissioned work. Glencoe art historian Julie Harris will examine the thorny problem of the Haggadah’s apparently undetermined patronage and offers a few examples of the detective work it requires of art historians.

VIRTUAL Danny Trejo talks Tacos, Hollywood, and Redemption | Tuesday, April 4, 7-8pm

Actor, author, and restaurateur Danny Trejo will discuss how he developed a prolific career in the entertainment industry with a hard-earned and atypical road to success. He shared his love of food with the world in the release of his first cookbook “Trejo’s Tacos: Recipes and Stories from LA.” His fearlessly honest memoir “Trejo: My Life of Crime, Redemption, and Hollywood” was released in July 2021.

VIRTUAL Berthe Morisot, French Impressionist | Tuesday, April 11, 7-8:30pm

A founding member of the Impressionist movement, Berthe Morisot participated in all but one of the group’s eight public exhibitions. Learn about her life and art along with her relationship to the Impressionist movement. Art historian Jeff Mishur returns to present this online program featuring Morisot’s figural works, scenes of modern life, and still life subjects.

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