While growing up, we’re encouraged to pursue our dreams. Well, that’s what Charles Strickland does in the 1942 film The Moon and Sixpence. A stockbroker, the middle-aged man from London abandons all his responsibilities to become an artist. While a talented painter, his choices lead him to be good-for-nothing after leaving his family and betraying his friends and associates. See a screening of this film, loosely based on the life of French painter, Paul Gauguin.
7pm | Friday, June 15
Toledo Museum of Art Little Theater | 2445 Monroe St
419-255-8000 | toledomuseum.org | Free