Thursday Morning Club to Host Lecture, May 13th

On Thursday, May 13, the Thursday Morning Club will host their next lecture in their Wise Wonderful Women series. Dr. Barbara Tomlinson will present "Women Artists; Why Aren't There More of Them?: a lecture with images of art from the 1500's to the present". This program will take place at the Madison Community House, 25 Cook Avenue in Madison from 11:30 - 1:30 p.m.

Having received her undergraduate degree from Barnard College, her M.A.T. from Harvard University, and her PhD from Rutgers University in American and Women's Studies, Dr. Tomlinson served for many years as the Chair of the History Department of an independent secondary school; In 1986 she became the Course Coordinator for the Cultural History component of the General Education Program at Kean University, retiring in 2000.

She now teaches Cultural History in various Continuing Education programs around the State. Her courses are extremely popular and are always filled to capacity. She has conducted numerous programs here at the Madison Library as part of the Drew Mini-course series. In addition, she leads tours to various cities in the U.S. and Europe to explore their historical and cultural context.

Space is limited and reservations are required. Checks are to be sent to the Thursday Morning Club, P. O. Box 345, Madison, NJ 07940 and made payable to TMC: Wise Wonderful Women at $35.00 per person, which includes lunch. No tickets will be mailed. Reservations are non-refundable. For information, please call Christa Janssens @ 973-723-6145 or Michal Holzman @ 201-602-0854.

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