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Thursday Evening Hours Open Thursdays until 9 p.m., sponsored by Constellation Energy.

Intercambio - Visita en Español e Inglés

Date
Sunday, November 18, 2012
Time
03:00 PM–04:30 PM

Disfrute del arte y del idioma en el Museo Walters como parte de una serie nueva de experiencias bilingües en las galerías del museo. Cada sesión será informal,  donde tanto los hispanoparlantes, principiantes y avanzados están invitados a participar. Las sesiones serán facilitadas por educadores bilingües del museo y serán conducidas la mitad en inglés y la mitad en español, usando obras de arte para incrementar el vocabulario y fomentar debates. No se necesita ninguna inscripción. Se recomienda para adultos y jóvenes maduros.

Lugar: Nos reuniremos en el Café del Museo
Precio: GRATUITO

Para más información, llame al 410-547-9000 ext. 323 o escríbanos al correo electrónico siguiente avespoint@thewalters.org(donde también habrá una persona que habla en español). 

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