Snapshot Date Night Specials

Henri Rivière, A couple entering a public building, 1885-95. Musee d'Orsay Paris

It's date night at the IMA. Stroll through iconic scenes of 19th century Europe, enjoy a glass of wine and Savory Crêpe Appetizer for Two, and take advantage of $4 tickets to see Snapshot (regularly $12).

To celebrate the Parisian images that are prevalent in the exhibition, Nourish Café is offering a special menu item: the Chef’s Whim Savory Crêpe Appetizer for Two, featuring a selection of four crêpes with beef, chicken, pork or seafood for $12. Additionally, Nourish offers a selection of beers, wine and a full bar so patrons can stop in for happy hour before exploring Snapshot.

Additional special programming related to Snapshot:

About the Exhibition

Snapshot: Painters and Photography, Bonnard to Vuillard sheds light on the role photography played in the lives of artists at the end of the 19th century. The invention in 1888 of the first manageable, handheld camera for amateurs made spontaneous photography possible: the snapshot was born. Learn more.

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