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Note: The Museum opens regularly at noon on Sunday and closes at 5:30pm on Fridays. We are pleased to offer extended hours during the Picasso/Dali, Dali/Picasso exhibition (Nov 8, 2014-Feb 16, 2015). Standard Museum hours will resume Feb 17, 2015.


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Children: 6-12 $10
Children: 5 and younger FREE
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After 5pm on Thursday: Children $8
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Coffee with a Curator – Craig Petersburg: “Dalinian Science, Perception & Brain Research”

Wednesday, Sep. 3rd, 10:30AM–11:30AM
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Coffee with a Curator is A focused, theme-oriented PowerPoint presentation on a variety of Dali-related topics. The talk is presented by one of the Dali Museum’s Curatorial/Education team.

Scientists did not invent the vast majority of visual illusions, artists did. This Coffee with a Curator lecture investigates how our brain receives and interprets information gathered by our senses, especially vision. Salvador Dalí was a leader in this area through Surrealism and his double image paintings. Our perception has changed over the centuries and is entering what is becoming known as the Conceptual Age. Join us for this visually exciting presentation.

Cost: Free. Series takes place in the Community Room or Theater.

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