The Alliance Francaise of Greater Phoenix is happy to offer the third conference presented by Anne Connor.
- SUBURB & LEISURE -
Starting in the second half of the 19th century, France’s new railroad network facilitated the access to its coastal villages and its small suburban towns. We shall witness this transformation through the eyes of the Impressionist painters.
- $5 for AF members & ASU students
- $10 for non-members
Conference in English. A reception will follow the presentation.
Alliance Française of Greater Phoenix
14415 N 73rd Street, Ste 107A
Scottsdale, AZ 85260
ABOUT ANNE CONNOR
Anne spent her early years in Brussels, Belgium. She came to the Valley in 1990. In 1997, she founded the Friends of European Art, a special interest group at the Phoenix Art Museum where she served as the group's first president. For many years, she was a member of the Phoenix Art Museum's Collection Committee.
Anne taught upper division courses in Northern and Italian Renaissance and Baroque Art at ASU, as well as Humanities and survey courses of Art History at Scottsdale Community College and Glendale Community College. She has been contributing to the training of the apprentice docents at the Museum in European Art for a few years.
After retiring, Anne is now devoting her spare time teaching at Scottsdale Artists School and at Encore University. She gives regular lectures at the Phoenix Art Museum and special interest groups in the Valley.
Anne holds a Master Degree in Art History from ASU.