The Gallery wraps up 2009 with an engaging array of public lecture programs, including a rare appearance by artist Brice Marden and a reading by author Toni Morrison.
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This fall, the National Gallery’s ongoing film program provides a great variety of cinematic treats, including area premieres combined with musical performances and appearances by noted film directors, as well as vibrant film series.
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For younger audiences (and the young at heart), the National Gallery of Art’s Film Program for Children and Teens presents innovative films from Switzerland, Ireland, and Finland.
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The Gallery also presents its 68th season of the longest-running free concert series in the nation’s capital, with nearly all of the concerts relating to a Gallery exhibition, an aspect of the permanent collection, or themes common to music and visual arts.
View the full release and order images: http://www.nga.gov/press/2009/music.shtm
View the September–December 2009 schedule: http://www.nga.gov/press/2009/music_program.shtm
Admission to all programs is free of charge, and seating is first-come, first-served.