Join Dr Noah Charney as he explores the subject of his 2017 Pulitzer finalist book, Collector of Lives: Giorgio Vasari and the Invention of Art.
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A Cat's Tale: A Journey Through Feline History explores not only what cats may have thought of our greatest accomplishments, but also their specific role in important historical epochs; bringing to light the amazing achievements of cats who have long been forgotten with true stories of felines who won medals in war, travelled the world and even risked their own lives for the humans they loved.
A Cat's Tale is a rollicking ride through an otherwise forgotten history, which Smithsonian has called the most unique cat book ever written, and this session will affirm everything people who love cats have always suspected--and just might cause people who dislike them to change their opinion.
Sunday 28 February, 10.30am-11.30am
Participants will be emailed the link to the session on the day of the event.
Suitable for adults and teens ages 16 and up. Free event and bookings are essential.
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