The Eurasia Center &
the Friendship Society of Washington, DC
Invite you and your friends to Come!
CELEBRATE!!! At our Spring EURASIA PARTY!
CZECH ARTIST PAVEL VAVRYS:
LIFE AND COLORS
From the HEART OF EUROPE (Prague)
& MARTIN VAVRYS Journey to a Distant Future
Mark Your Calendar
THURSDAY, MAY 21st
7:00 p.m.-11 p.m.
RUSSIAN CULTURAL CENTRE
1825 Phelps Place, NW
Washington, DC 20008
Directions by car: visit www.mapquest.com press driving directions By metro: Dupont Circle - go north on Conn Ave. NW past Florida Ave., three more blocks, take left on California St. NW, left on Phelps Pl. NW
THE ARTISTS WILL BE THERE TO MEET YOU!
($15 per person, $25 per couple)
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Second Part of the Evening Featuring:
A New American Composer of Romanian Heritage, Richard Trifan will Perform new bold new piano compositions, followed by a Special Eurasian Networking Party.
PAVEL VAVRYS, the great European Colorist Artist from Prague, the Czech Republic, will exhibit here in Washington, DC at the Russian Cultural Centre. No other living Artist in Europe can capture the heart and soul of Europe like Pavel Vavrys as his canvas weaves a rich tapestry of memories of beauty, love, emotions, and peoples, evoking a nostalgia of life and color...
The American-Eurasian Art Foundation strives to bring peoples of different nations together through the rich cultural plane that the arts and humanities have to offer. Our goal is to organize art exhibitions, performances, and cultural activities in order to educate the American and international audiences about the rich diversity of arts, ideas, and cultures that artists from other nations have to offer. This process will facilitate a greater communication through the arts, and unify countries and people in an atmosphere of greater understanding.
MARTIN VAVRYS, PAVEL's son is an artist whose sculptors have graced Prague and is well-known artist within the Czech Republik.
Open Bar, with traditional Russian hors d'oeuvres Czech & Russian Beer (OPEN BAR from 7-9 p.m.) ($15 per person, $25 per couple)
Sponored by: ZHITOMIRSKA VODKA - ZVODKA,
BALTIKA BEER (Russian) and PILSNER URQUEL
Please RSVP as soon as possible
to benefit the American-Eurasian Art Foundation,
your registration is 100% tax-deductible.
For Questions please email firstname.lastname@example.org or call 202-494-0773