Head to the Norton Museum of Art–after dark–to celebrate the shortest night of the year in style! From 5:30-6 p.m., enjoy a tour of “Miss Lucy’s 30-day Dollhouse Party” and discover the miniature art of notable contemporary artists. At 6 p.m., take a closer look at David Teniers the Younger’s “Interior of a Nobleman’s Gallery,” an Old Masters painting circa 1635, with Kate Losee, Education Assistant for School and Teacher Program, who will describe the interesting backstory of this 400-year-old masterpiece. There’s also cookie decorating from 6-8 p.m., a performance at 7 p.m. by the Klezmer Company Jazz Orchestra–presenting the Great American Klezmer Song Book and celebrating Yiddish and Klezmer tunes from 1920-1960. That’s guaranteed to be fine entertainment! There’s even a film, “Time to Choose,” by Academy Award winning documentary film maker, Charles Ferguson. Best of all, Art after Dark is free! Cash bar in the courtyard will be open until 8:30 p.m.
Free. Complete schedule here.