Mitch & Kimbell Wynne, Rima & Eric Lee
Scott & Lisa Morse, Whitney McDonald, Greg Morse
Zonia & Rod Uriegas
Dr. Jack Ward, Julie Yomime
Angel & Pat Strobel
Nicole Meyers, Virginia Brilliant, Anne Helmreich, Esther Bell
Peter & Lisa Alcorn, David Wynne
Glenn & Kim Darden, Eric Lee
Stewart & Betty Alcorn
Kimbell Wynne, Lisa & Bill Burton
Noel & David Nolet
Frederick Ilchman, Virginia Brilliant
Frank Tilley, Connie Beck
Carlos Gonzales-Jaime, Asad Dean
CD Dickerson, Angie Bulaich, Charlene Fournier- Petit, Elyse Dickerson
Karen Wilkin, George Shackelford
What: An opening reception for the Casanova: The Seduction of Europe exhibition
Where: The Kimbell Art Museum in Fort Worth
PC Moment: Patrons of the Kimbell were seduced by paintings, furnishings, porcelains, period costume, and other 18th century artifacts presented through the eyes of one of the period’s most influential individuals: Giacomo Casanova. While he is widely remembered for his amorous escapades, Casanova’s travels, adventures, and high-profile acquaintances (such as Catherine the Great) create a rich tapestry and the perfect lens through which to view this historic era.
The exhibit will remain open to the public until December 31, 2017. Tickets can be bought online here.
Who: President of the Kimbell Art Foundation’s Board of Directors Kay Fortson, Eric Lee, Director of the Kimbell Art Foundation, Karen Wilkin, George Shackelford, Frank Tilley, Connie Beck, CD Dickerson, Angie Bulaich, Charlene Fournier-Petit, Elyse Dickerson, Frederick Ilchman, Virginia Brilliant, Carlos Gonzales-Jaime, Asad Dean, Noel and David Nolet, Kimbell Wynne, Lisa and Bill Burton, Peter and Lisa Alcorn, David Wynne, Stewart and Betty Alcorn, Nicole Meyers, Anne Helmreich, Esther Bell, Glenn and Kim Darden, Angel Strobel, Pat Strobel, Dr. Jack Ward, Julie Yomime, Mitch Wynne, Rima Lee, Zonia and Rod Uriegas, Scott and Lisa Morse, Whitney McDonald, Greg Morse.