Art/Play/Say: Crocker Game & Poetry Night @ Crocker Art Museum, Sacramento [26 July]

Art/Play/Say: Crocker Game & Poetry Night

18:00 - 21:00

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Crocker Art Museum
216 O St, Sacramento, California 95814
Play and parlez! In honor of the exhibition «Becoming a Woman in the Age of Enlightenment: French Art from The Horvitz Collection», Art/Play/Say – the Crocker’s game and poetry night – is going «un peu» French! Co-presented by Alliance Française de Sacramento, this will be an evening of games, scavenger hunts, gallery activities, and open-mic poetry. Bring poems by your favorite French poets, or share your own. Pub trivia, coloring, and a cash bar will round out the evening. Every attendee is entered into a free drawing to win fun prizes. Sign-ups for poetry begin at 6 PM, and the open mic will start at 7 PM.

Thursday, July 26
6 — 9 PM
Free for members or with admission for nonmembers
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