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The Black Prince and The Age of Armor

5:30pm Cocktails, light hors d’oeuvres, and gallery viewing
6:15pm Lecture by Dr. Michael Livingston

Director’s Circle members and are invited to say “farewell” to The Age of Armor before the show closes on October 9 with a complimentary cocktail reception and lecture by Dr. Michael Livingston, author of Crécy: Battle of Five Kings.

Cocktail attire. Reservations for the reception and lecture are required by September 22 to Calli Laundré, 912.790.8807 or laundrec@telfair.org. Space is limited.

To be added to a waitlist for the complimentary dinner*, contact Calli Laundré, 912.790.8807.

*A complimentary dinner will follow the lecture at the Telfair Academy for Steward level members ($2,500) and above and any patron with the equivalent giving total for the year.

Sponsored by Mr. and Mrs. Robert S. Jepson Jr. and Dr. and Mrs. William T. Moore.

About Dr. Michael Livingston

Dr. Livingston is a two-time winner of the Distinguished Book Prize from the international Society for Military History (2017, 2020), an author of bestselling fiction, and award-winning full professor at The Citadel in Charleston, SC. He serves as the Secretary-General for the United States Commission on Military History and sits on the Board of the South Carolina Academy of Authors.

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The Age of Armor: Treasures from the Higgins Armory Collection at the Worcester Art Museum

Jepson Center
Organized by the Worcester Art Museum and curated from its impressive Higgins Armory Collection, this exhibition explores the ways in which armor was used and transformed due to technological innovations and evolving styles of warfare from the Middle Ages to the 17th century. Visitors will discover the different and often surprising stories embedded in these powerful objects — many painstakingly engineered, elegantly designed, and treasured as the expression of their owners’ taste, sophistication, and prowess.
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