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The Nelson-Atkins Museum of Art – Queen Nefertari: Eternal Egypt

On November 9th, an evening celebrating immortality and the opening of the major exhibition, Queen Nefertari: Eternal Egypt, was held at The Nelson-Atkins Museum of Art. Shirley Bush Helzberg and Barnett Helzberg and Ann and Kenneth Baum served as the co-chairmen, and Linda Woodsmall-DeBruce and Paul DeBruce were the honorary chairmen.

Craig Sole and Wayne Long

 

Amy Embry, Jennifer Murphy, Kerry Adam, and Kim Klein

 

ulián Zugazagoitia, The Nelson-Atkins Museum of Art; Brian Ferriso, Portland Museum of Art; and Rick Green

 

Topper and Linda Johntz with Marilyn and Dr. Ron Wollard

 

Lauren Ippolito and Kathryn Keane, National Geographic Museum

 

Dr. Willie and Sandra Lawrence

 

Lynne Buckley and Celine Levac, Pointe à Callière

Also featured in the December 14, 2019 issue of The Independent
Photo credits: Chris Crum, Mark McDonald, and Dana Anderson

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