Spring Planting Moon
MNDOT says the roads between here and Iowa are in good condition. Much better than this morning. Gertie and Rigel watched, worried as we packed Kate’s rental Nissan. She got off after lunch out and a nap.
No Quilt Museum this phase of the trip, she’ll drive into Iowa tonight as far as she can, then another day and another day and probably another day. She may arrive earlier than she planned, but better before the birthday party than after. Much better.
On the home front I’m headed over to Arbor Lakes in Maple Grove tonight to see a cinema version of a Manet exhibition. I have no idea whether this will be any good. Here’s the details from the e-mail:
Exhibition: Great Art on Screen – series begins this Thursday, April 11
Exhibition is a new series capturing the world’s greatest art exhibitions and screening at a cinema near you.
First in the series, Manet: Portraying Life takes viewers on a 90-minute virtual private tour of the career-encompassing collection of the works of Edouard Manet, currently on exhibition at the Royal Academy of Arts with screenings from April 11. Two additional Exhibition events will follow including Munch with screenings from June 27 — a “once-in-a-lifetime” exhibition of the greatest number of Edvard Munch’s works ever, co-hosted by the National Museum and the Munch Museum in Oslo — and Vermeer with screenings from October 10 from the National Gallery, London where audiences will be given a unique perspective on the masterpieces of Johannes Vermeer. Go beyond the gallery to see exclusive behind-the-scenes footage on how an exhibition is created for public view. Hosted by art historian Tim Marlow, featuring special guests.