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Coffee with a Curator – Rita Risco: “Dali and the Generation of ‘27”

Wednesday, Oct. 1st, 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. For this talk, Rita Risco, Spanish language Dali docent, recently retired Pinellas County Spanish teacher, and presenter, presents an introduction to the “Generation of ’27,” an influential group of avant-garde poets and artists that arose in Spanish literary circles between 1923 and 1927. This group included Salvador Dali, Federico Garcia Lorca, among countless other masters.

Following the talk, stay for the community video debut of “Sharing Salvador…Legacy Stories: Rita Risco.”  In her first language, Rita has for over three decades illuminated the surreal world of Salvador Dali, his art and cultural heritage for visitors and students.  Hear Rita’s stories and enjoy her memories as the first Spanish/Cuban volunteer docent at the Museum, from the class of 1983.

Cost: Free. Series takes place in the Community Room

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