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Gallo presents on women in art for Chautauqua Speaks

Gallo presents on women in art for Chautauqua Speaks

If the love of art could be brewed and bottled, it would be named “Mimi Gallo” after the real Mimi Gallo, a Chautauquan and gifted teacher.

Gallo can communicate enthusiasm, knowledge and love of art and its importance to life and understanding history. Simultaneously, she can motivate students to learn more.

The classroom setting doesn’t matter, whether during Special Studies classes or the 9:15 a.m. Thursday morning Chautauqua Speaks program “Wild Woman Artists.” It is the excitement, the intellectual electricity and sense of discovery which Gallo’s program is certain to engender which matters.