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Deadline to register is November 30, at 12:59 p.m. (Note: Birthday Meeting will no longer be an option to add to your cart after this time) Price: $40 for members, $45 for non-members Cash Raffle for Austen items! Merchandise Table (cash, check or charge). There are no supply chain issues at JASNA MD - shop… Continue reading →
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Explore the work of Joshua Johnson (ca. 1763‒1824) with Dr. Fulco as he discusses one of the nation’s first professional African American portraitists in the context of the Federal period. Johnson achieved a remarkable degree of success in his lifetime by painting affluent patrons in his native Baltimore. His subjects consisted of politicians, lawyers, doctors,… Continue reading →
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Enjoy brunch or a late lunch alongside an encore performance of Stephen Alltop and Josefien Stoppelenburg from the Chicago AGM. From the AGM website: "Stephen Alltop is music director and conductor of the Champaign-Urbana Symphony Orchestra at the University of Illinois and music director of the Apollo Chorus of Chicago, Elmhurst Symphony Orchestra, and Green Lake… Continue reading →
We are arranging a group outing to The Everyman Theatre in Baltimore for a matinee viewing of Kate Hamill's version of Sense and Sensibility. https://everymantheatre.org/sense-and-sensibility-0 3/6/2022 Our ticket block is all sold. If you are going on your own and would like to join us for dinner afterward, please contact email@example.com by April 23. An… Continue reading →
‘A Certain Step Toward Falling in Love’: Dance in the Works of Jane Austen Susan de Guardiola is a dance historian, teacher, and caller from Connecticut. She will entertain us with a discussion of how Austen uses dance and dancing in her novels. Following the presentation there will be a brief overview of mourning in… Continue reading →
Storms, Tempests and ‘Visions of Romance’: Jane Austen and the Weather Katie Halsey, University of Stirling, will discuss some of the many ways in which Jane Austen uses the weather in her novels: to structure plot, to set the mood, and finally to engage with the philosophical ideas of her time. Focusing mainly on Northanger… Continue reading →