The next University Guild Program is Randi Schwartz on Monday, November 5th at 1:30 pm, in Northwestern University’s Scott Hall, 601 University Place, in the Guild Lounge (2nd Floor). All are invited to hear from “The Porcelain Doctor”. Ms. Schwartz will share her expertise and will highlight items from the Guild’s Columbian Exposition collection. The Porcelain Doctor China Repair Studio repairs and restores figurines and vases such as Lladro and Hummel. Featured in Chicago Magazine, Chicago Tribune, Channel 11 Newsletter, Chicago Tonight on WTTW, Better Homes and Gardens Magazine, Romantic Homes Magazine, Pioneer Press, and we are referred by the Art Institute of Chicago and the Crystal Cave of Wilmette. Ms. Schwartz is the owner of the Raven and Dove in Wilmette, a unique gift shop.
Check out the web site for more information: http://www.ravenanddove.com/store.html
The purpose of the University Guild is to bring to the membership of the Guild the intellectual resources of the University, to promote the interests of the University, to work for the collection and exhibition of the objects of art and to advance the development and appreciation of the fine arts in the University and in Evanston.
Annual Guild membership is $50. Membership is open to all in the community. Guests are welcome and the cost is $2.00 per program. The Guild holds meetings October through April.
On Monday, November 19th, at 1:30 pm, Susan Lee, Professor, Northwestern University, Department of Theater, will talk about the History of Dance and where it is going. Come learn with us!