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French Life, Light and Love

The Tannery Series Kicks Off Its Fifth Season With The New Yorker’s Adam Gopnik.

Shake off the storms and the cold! We are pleased to announce another year of exciting collaborations with the Peabody Essex Museum, starting with its January PEM/PM event.  Come immerse yourself in the gorgeous warmth of  PEM’s new exhibit, “Impressionists on the Water.” Listen to French singer-songwriter Marine Futin. Sample French pastries and enjoy a demonstration of absinthe, the drink made infamous by the artists in the gallery.

The Tannery Series will be in the thick of things with Adam Gopnik (Paris to the Moon) whose essays on French life have fed the American imagination. From Brillat-Savarin to Camus, Gopnik’s pen has translated the glamor, beauty, and profound achievement of French artistic life for a new generation. Join us for an intimate conversation with one of The New Yorker’s most loved voices as we discuss love, light, art and the bohemian sprit.

Reserve your tickets now. While the PEM/PM program can accommodate all walk-ins, The Tannery Series conversation with Adam Gopnik (which starts at 7:00 pm) will have limited seating in the East India Marine Hall. Call 978-745-9500 to grab a seat.

For more information email: info@tanneryseries.com.