Take a deep dive with us into art-related topics presented by artists, scholars, art historians, and experts!

Programs will be accessible either through a webinar or in person at the Delaplaine. In either case, a recording will be shared on our YouTube channel afterwards (typically about a week after the live program). You can also view other past programs on our YouTube channel.

WINTER 2021/2022

Geraldine Lloyd: In the Groove

Geraldine Lloyd

FRIDAY, DECEMBER 10 • 12–1 PM • ON-SITE

Artist, author, and activist Geraldine Lloyd has been a Frederick resident since 1964.  She is a cancer survivor and visionary artist with The American Visionary Art Museum In Baltimore, and her Art Car, “Unchain My Love,” is on permanent exhibit at The Mercedes-Benz Museum in Stuttgart, Germany. Her multi-medium art and writing examines the intersection of addiction and spirituality as it relates to creativity. This talk is presented in partnership with the Maryland Room of Frederick County Public Libraries. FREE

• Join us at the Delaplaine
• View the YouTube recording after the program

 

Lloyd Kiva New: Artist, Educator, Visionary

FRIDAY, JAN 14 • 12–1 PM • WEBINAR

Join Manuela Well-Off-Man, Chief Curator at the Institute of American Indian Arts in Santa Fe, NM, as she discusses the contributions and influence of the Delaplaine’s Artist of Inspiration, Lloyd Kiva New. Join us live for the webinar or watch later on YouTube. FREE

• Join us for the Webinar
• View the YouTube recording after the program

 

Thomas Asmuth: Art and New Media

FRIDAY, FEB 11 • 12–1 PM • WEBINAR

Thomas Asmuth’s aesthetic melds art and science in multimedia sculptural forms. The work simultaneously exists as aesthetic constructions and data. Asmuth discusses his personal history in the sciences and arts, how it has led to the conceptual and craft principles in his work, and demonstrate one or more of his installations that simultaneously exist as data and sculpture. Join us live for the webinar or watch later on YouTube. FREE

• Join us for the Webinar
• View the YouTube recording after the program

 

Lee Newman: The Bite of the Needle

FRIDAY, MAR 11 • 12–1 PM • ON-SITE

Printmaking has been and continues to be an important mode of expression for artists around the world. Delaplaine instructor Lee Newman discusses the history of printmaking, and etching in particular, as well as printmakers such as Rembrandt, Kollwitz, and Dine, who have had an impact on Newman’s own work. Join us on-site for the program or watch later on YouTube. FREE

• Join us at the Delaplaine
• View the YouTube recording after the program

 

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