Silvermine presents Norwalk and Mark Twain
Norwalk and Mark Twain: Being Some Interesting Connections Between the City of Norwalk and America’s Favorite Author
Silvermine Guild Arts Center in cooperation with Silvermine Community Association presents this lively and humorous lecture written as part of the Mark Twain Centennial Project. Learn how Samuel Clemens personally touched the lives of a number of Norwalkers – some prominent, and others notorious – during his lifetime; and inspired the art of others, after his death. Five distinguished Norwalk residents, four of whom lived in Silvermine, became part of Mark Twain’s legacy by creating sculpture, WPA murals, and book illustrations based on Twain’s immortal stories.
TICKETS: Free and open to the public. Space is limited, reservations are encouraged.
Reserve tickets in advance at www.silverminenews.com
INFORMATION: (203) 966-9700 or visit the website: www.silvermineart.org
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