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Va va voom at the Walker Art Gallery

24 June 2010 by Laura

People in exhibition

Visitors in Toulouse-Lautrec exhibition

Since their dramatic crash out of the World Cup, France may not have much to smile about by way of football but when it comes to art they are world-leaders and we shall be celebrating this at the Walker Art Gallery next week!

On Wednesday 30 June the High Kicks and Low Lifes: Toulouse-Lautrec prints exhibition is open until 6pm and British Museum and exhibition curator Jennifer Ramkalawon will be delivering a free lecture on Toulouse-Lautrec’s evocative and unique style. 

Paris is a must destination for all art-lovers but why go all that way when the Walker Art Gallery will bring the city of light to you. On the 3 and 4 July we are inviting visitors to join the free French-themed activities including family workshops, exhibition tours and atmospheric music.

For more details on the free exhibition events programme visit the website.

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