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Phoenix Art Museum Docent Winter Series
Join JFCS Center for Senior Enrichment and Phoenix Art Museum for our Docent Winter Series.

The Community Outreach program of the Phoenix Art Museum provides presentations and discussion of various Art topics.

Topics will be presented on a variety of subjects including Asian Art, Art of the American West, Fashion and presentations focusing on individual artists.

The presentations explore themes related to the Museum’s collection of more than 20,000 artworks from around the world, creating opportunities for interaction and engagement.

January 13: Buenos Aires, Tango and Impressionism
Presenting Docent, Isabel Ballerna
In this presentation Isabel features the art of Benito Quinquela Martin who was a painter of his beloved port “La Boca”. For him color was life and his life was color. His paintings of port scenes show the
activity, vigor and roughness of the daily port life. Benito Quinquela Martin is recognized as a great artist worldwide for his inherent talent and profound love of color and tango music.

February 10: Creatures Great and Small
Presenting Master Docent, Diane Newton
Beloved pets have enriched our lives, and they have come in all shapes and sizes. Throughout time, people have been drawn to animals, and artists have included them in their art works, often to convey a special message. Through a variety of art works from ancient times to the present day, we will travel through the world of animals and explore Creatures Great and Small and Their Secret Messages.

Donations to the Center for Senior Enrichment are greatly appreciated and will help support ongoing programs offered to the community.

If you would like to donate to Center for Senior Enrichment programs, please go to: then select “Center for Senior Enrichment” as your designation for support.
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