(Leah Hogsten | The Salt Lake Tribune)
The Utah Museum of Fine Arts is pairing classic pieces of European art with wines from around the world as part of its “Palette to Palate" class. Vues de ports de mer (Views of Seaports) 1754, oil on canvas by artist Charles La Croix de Marseille (1729-1782), French, at the Utah Museum of Fine Arts.
Tuesday April 19, 2011
Art and wine class at the U. museum
The Salt Lake Tribune
First Published Mar 30 2012 08:21 am • Last Updated Mar 30 2012 08:21 am
You’ve heard of pairing a nice meal with a glass of wine. Well, the The Utah Museum of Fine Arts (UMFA) has given that tradition a new twist — pairing classic pieces of European art with wines from around the world.
It’s part of "Palette to Palate," an art and wine class offered through Lifelong Learning at the University of Utah. The next session is Thursday, April 6, from 6 to 8 p.m.
Cost is $65 and includes a tour of key pieces in the UMFA’s collections and a sampling of six wines. Must be 21 or older to attend
Call 801-587-5433 or visit www.continue.utah.edu/lifelong to register.
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