ASF retirees got together to enjoy breakfast at the Casino Español restaurant, followed by a visit to the Palacio de Bellas Artes, in downtown Mexico City, where they enjoyed an exhibit titled “The Eye of Paris”, by Brassaï, Hungarian-born French photographer, poet, draughtsman, and sculptor, known primarily for his dramatic photographs of Paris at night. The retirees enjoyed this experience enormously and we are happy to see more and more retirees from our community joining these cultural activities and forming strong bonds.
Clementina Aguilar from the Students Records office kindly helped organize the experience, as she received an open invitation from an ASF alumni. On this occasion, 17 people enjoyed the experience. On April, 6 Visual Arts teachers coordinated by Pat Paterson attended, and on the April 22, a group of 10 ASF mothers also attended the exhibit.