We’re preparing for another month of events at Waterstone at Wellesley, and as usual, we have a full schedule. The a cappella group The Notables will kick off the month with a performance on April 1, but first Art Matters owner Jane Blair will close out March with a presentation on the art of Greece and Rome.
Blair will visit on Monday to discuss the classical art of ancient Greece and Rome as part of her ongoing Art Matters series. Such art is characterized by the use of marble, limestone and precious metals, used to create the vases, reliefs, sculptures and more that we recognize today.
To facilitate her lectures, Blair brings oversized prints of each piece of art she discusses for easy viewing and to jumpstart discussions on each piece. She has been an art educator for nearly 20 years.
Then, on April 1, The Notables are visiting for an all-female a cappella performance. The group is from the University of New Hampshire and performs covers of old favorites by such musicians as Duke Ellington, Irving Berlin and Johnny Mercer, as well as modern, popular performers like Beyoncé and Lady Gaga.
To finish up the week, we’re hosting a Red Sox Round-up on Friday, April 3, which will be led by Waterstone at Wellesley’s own Gerry Labourene. Sports fans are welcome to visit for a fun discussion of all things Red Sox.
Find the full details of each event below.
Art Matters presents 'Greece and Rome'
Monday, March 30 at 2:30 p.m.
The Notables performance
Wednesday, April 1 at 11 a.m.
Red Sox Round-Up
Friday, April 3 at 1 p.m.
Call 781-235-1614 to RSVP for any or all of these events.