Saturday, February 11, 2023
10:00 a.m.–noon PT
Join fellow book lovers and museum supporters in the Museum’s board room where we will enjoy bites of bagels and a cup of coffee while discussing San Diego writer and SDMA advocate Linda Moore’s debut novel, Attribution. As an added bonus, the author will be there in person to discuss the book!
San Diego writer, Linda Moore’s novel is written with vivid prose, rich references to seventeenth century Spanish art, and compelling characters. Her passion and extensive knowledge of art history is captured on every page. In this book, an art historian arrives in New York to complete her doctorate—only to find herself assigned to an impossible sexist advisor who she struggles to impress until she discovers a hidden painting, possibly a Baroque masterpiece. Risking her career, financial disaster, and further alienation from her family, she flees to Spain with the painting to consult art experts.
Attribution is a historical puzzle combined with the story of one contemporary woman’s journey to understand the past and unlock her future.
Please save your spot by Wednesday, February 8, by clicking on this link. All participants should check in at the Museum rotunda admissions desk then meet at the Museum boardroom.
Free for members | $20 for nonmembers
The featured book pick, Attribution by Linda Moore, is available from The Museum Store. Get your copy today!