CAPE is sponsoring a tour of the Currier Museum of Art on Thursday, Apr. 7 to attend the Currier After Hours: Wearable Arts Program. The evening trip, running from 5:30 p.m. to 9 p.m., will include food, a talk from shoe designer Zack Lo, and live music performed by Bradford Bog People.
There is also an optional 15-minute tour of the Killer Heels exhibit, which will be paid for by CAPE. This exhibit will showcase 300 years of the footwear, including about 100 examples of contemporary heels and 50 historical ones.
The bus will leave from the Student Center at 5:30 p.m., and students can plan to be returned to campus by 9:15 p.m. Students will tour the museum and then have free time to walk around and browse the artisan fair.
Though the trip is free to students, students must reserve their place by getting a ticket on SNHUTickets before Apr. 4. Students must be sure to indicate in the appropriate box on SNHUTickets if they are interested in attending the Killer Heels exhibit in addition to the regular tour.
For any additional questions about this event, contact CAPE’s Late Night Chair, Justin Terlisner, at email@example.com.