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Friday, June 17, 2011

Au revoir, cherie — but first pass the gin!

Posted By on Fri, Jun 17, 2011 at 10:49 AM

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Talk about being under the influence — here's an art event where you can sip martinis and Kir Royales and say farewell to the impressionist show at the Arkansas Arts Center, sponsored by the Arkansas Times.

The Times is offering 10 FREE tickets to the Au Revoir Party at 7 p.m. Friday, June 24. Go here to win one!
(The tickets otherwise are $20; Arts Center members get in free; I'm sure you can join while you're there).

Now, I know that while Rock Candy's readers are interested in the booze, Candy fans are all about the art, right? So if you haven't seen "The Impressionists and their Influence," which goes down June 26, and you like a Parisian food with your Bonnard (meat with your Manet?) this is the event for you. No "La Vie en Rose" though; Pool Boy and Johnny Jackson will provide music.

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