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From 1900 to 1940 a wave of artists, of all nationalities, gravitated towards Paris, the city of light. Dantzig will be hosting another Art History Talk, this time on The First Decade of the School of Paris, led by Art Historian Sam Van Collie. The talk will be held in the Woodstock gallery on Friday 24th March, from7pm. Tickets are just £7.50 per head, a glass of bubbly will be waiting for you on arrival.

If you are interested in booking a place, please contact Sam at [email protected]

Tickets will be on a first come, first serve basis.