Montreal Must Attend: The Impressionism Unplugged

Calling all art-loving Montreal young professionals! Don’t miss the Montreal Museum of Fine Arts Young Philanthropists’ Circle’s first event of the New Year. As the coveted exhibition Once Upon a Time…Impressionism closes in a few days, The Impressionism Unplugged event is the last chance to see the finest of works art collected by one of the leading American collectors, Sterling Clark… and do a little shameless networking in the process. The Impressionism Unplugged is “spring during winter” – a Parisian “garden cocktail” – which will allow young philanthropists to gain a better understanding of art while networking with other professionals who also have the Museum at heart. The evening offers a guided tour of the exhibition with music, beverages, canapés and, of course, other like-minded young professionals. 

Through innovative, dynamic and educational activities, the Young Philanthropists’ Circle brings together YPs who seek to develop their artistic knowledge and to promote art and culture in Montreal. Let’s face it, learning about art can be intimidating, but the Unplugged events provide an opportunity to learn more about art in a not-so-stuffy context. Just before each exhibition closes and the works are taken down, the YPC invites you to discover or rediscover the exhibition at the vibrant event reserved exclusively for members. You never know what personal and professional contacts you can meet in the process.

What: The Impressionism Unplugged
When: Tuesday, January 15th, 2012 from 6 to 8pm.
Where: Montreal Museum of Fine Arts
Tickets: $50 (income tax receipt $30)