Join us for a tour of the exhibition The Art of Diplomacy: Winston Churchill and the Pursuit of Paining, at the Millennium Gate. This is the largest US exhibition of Churchill's work since the 1965 World's Fair in New York. Churchill's great-grandson, Duncan Sandys, will guide us through the exhibit of more thatn thirty paintings, many of which have never been seen publicly before. Art historian Ernst Gombrich has said, "paintinig gave Churchill relief from the nearly unbearable stress he was under. His painting may have saved Western Civilization."
Registration includes wine and light appetizers after the tour.
Parking is available on the street at metered spaces or underground at Atlantic Station, where the first two hours of parking are free.