The Tryon Palace Film Series presents the 1961 film “Breakfast at Tiffany’s,” to coincide with the new, free exhibit, Louis C. Tiffany: Art and Innovation, in the Duffy Exhibition Gallery. Light refreshments will be offered during the film’s intermission.
Louis Comfort Tiffany, famed for his innovations in glass, was the son of Charles Tiffany, founder of the internationally acclaimed Tiffany and Company. On loan from the Museum of the Albemarle, the exhibit “Louis C. Tiffany: Art and Innovation” explores the life and work of this glass artist.
Join Tryon Palace to watch this classic film and peruse the Tiffany glass on display in the Duffy Exhibition Gallery.
Seating is limited.