Everhart Museum Opens John & Yoko A New York Love Story

. December 3, 2010 . 0 Comments

The Everhart Museum presents John & Yoko – A New York Love Story.

Featuring Allan Tannenbaum’s exclusive work from those November 1980 photo sessions, as well as images from Lennon’s last public performance in 1975, documentation of the vigils and memorials following John’s shocking murder on December 8, 1980, and Tannenbaum’s photographs of Yoko on her own over the ensuing years.

An estimated 50 framed photographs will be on view through December 31, 2010 in this exclusive exhibit celebrating the life of John Lennon.

General admission, which includes John & Yoko – A New York Love Story is $5/adults, $3/students & seniors; $2/children 6-12, and free to Everhart Museum members.

In addition to the exhibit, the general public is invited to meet Allan Tannebaum during a special event celebrating John Lennon’s life on Wednesday, December 8, 2010 – the actual 30th anniversary of his death.

A cocktail reception and book signing will be held beginning at 7:00 pm and continuing until 9:00 pm.

The cost is $20/person and admission is limited to 150 attendees who are 21 and older.

For more information on the exhibit or December 8th book signing event, contact the Everhart Museum at 570-346-7186 or email: general.information@everhart-museum.org.

Image: The Everhart Museum

The Everhart Museum is the largest public museum in Northeastern Pennsylvania. The Museum is located in Nay Aug Park in Scranton. The Everhart Museum exists for the benefit of the public, and the visitors to the Museum represent a cross section of the population as a whole.

Everhart Museum 1901 Mulberry Street, Scranton PA 18510-2390
PHONE 570.346.7186
FAX 570.346.0652

www.everhart-museum.org

Category: Fine Art

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