Past Highlights

  • Gala to raise funds for the Abbaye de Reigny
  • The Second Empire and Belle Époque: the Transformation of Paris, presented by celebrated lecturer James F. Caughman
  • Un Déjeuner Français honouring Timothy Corrigan, celebrated designer and author of An Invitation to Château du Grand-Lucé
  • “Bridging Utopia”, a dinner and discussion with the director of a documentary regarding a French-based commune in Dallas
  • “Berthe Morisot, Woman Impressionist”, an event at the Dallas Museum of Art centered on the Morisot exhibition
 
The Dallas Chapter organizes a variety of cultural and social events for its members throughout the year. Proceeds from Chapter benefits have been designated for specific grants that FHS Board members have voted to support. The current projects are listed below in bold.

Carol Hall is the Chapter Chairman. For further information or to learn more about Membership, please contact FHS Programs and Membership Officer Benjamin Wells.

Photos: Denis de Kergorlay & Carol Hall, Dallas Chapter grants to the Château de Versigny for $20,000 (along with the Northern California Chapter)  and the Château d’Esquelbecq for $10,000.

Events

The Philadelphia Chapter invites you to enjoy exclusive access to "Mary Cassatt at Work" in the form of a private, curator-led tour of the exhibition led by Laurel Gerber, the Philadelphia Museum of Art Park Family Curator of Prints and Drawings. Ms. Gerver will provide insights into individual images as well as an overall vision of Cassatt's contribution to the Impressionist Movement in Paris.

Summer Soirée in the Hamptons

Friday, July 19, 6:00 pm - 8:00 pm

Join FHS for the much-anticipated reprise of FHS's Summer Soirée! We are excited to be hosted by Maria and Kenneth Fishel at their incredible Bridgehampton residence for what promises to be an exceptional and unforgettable cocktail reception.

Chairman’s Circle Trip to the Côtes du Rhône

Thursday, October 17 - Wednesday, October 23

FHS is excited to present this year’s Chairman’s Circle trip to the Côtes du Rhône. Our six-night trip will begin in the dramatic ancient city of Avignon, which is renowned for its majestic Palais des Papes, a UNESCO World Heritage site. We will explore the splendid Provencal landscapes and monuments in the surrounding area, including the gorgeous 12th-centuy Romanesque Abbaye de Sénanques, and Gordes, renowned as one of the most beautiful villages of France. We will be hosted in style at individual homes for private receptions in Avignon and Gordes. 

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