Join Us for a Chestertonian Look at Modern Art

Join us for a special evening of wine, cheese, and a reflection on art

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Mr. Timothy Jones, Art Instructor, Chesterton Academy "A Chestertonian Looks at Modern Art."

Event hosted by John and Sibyl Niemann

Friday, May 1st at 8 PM following First Friday Holy Hour at 6 PM and First Friday Mass at 7 PM Church of All Saints - 435 4th St NE, Minneapolis, MN 55413 **Event will take place in the Parish Center behind the Church**

Child care will be available at no charge during the lecture.

Event is free and open to the public but reservations are required. Scroll down to reserve your seats.

A Chestertonian Looks at Modern Art - G.K. Chesterton was an artist, attended art school, thought and wrote a good deal about art exactly as the art world was going through cataclysmic changes: passing from the traditional styles of academic art into Impressionism, Expressionism, Cubism and beyond. One can hardly look at the revolutionary development of that time without asking, "What in the world happened?" Join us for an evening with Mr. Timothy Jones as he takes a look at this question through Chestertonian glasses.

About Timothy Jones: Mr. Jones is a professional artist whose paintings have received local, regional and national recognition in shows and competitions such as those of the Art Renewal Center and Oil Painters of America. He has extensive experience teaching art to college and high school students in a variety of settings, including offering private instruction.

Contact Chesterton Academy at 952-378-1779 for additional information.

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