Take a deep dive with us into art-related topics presented by artists, scholars, art historians, and experts! See below for upcoming programs. 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.


Jeffreen Hayes: Augusta Savage’s Ecosystem

Jeffreen Hayes by Johanne Rahaman


Augusta Savage created an ecosystem built upon her artistic practice to include teaching, community building, and advocacy. While she honed this practice in Harlem, NY, as a Harlem Renaissance artist, her work reverberated across the United States. Jeffreen Hayes will highlight Savage’s ecosystem and her legacy in creating holistic practices that center humanity. FREE


Jennifer Dasal: Getting “ArtCurious”

Jennifer Dasal by Shannon Johnstone


Join Jennifer Dasal, creator and host of the ArtCurious podcast, to hear all about her show and her book, ArtCurious: Stories of the Unexpected, Slightly Odd, and Strangely Wonderful in Art History. Dasal will share the story of the creation of her internationally beloved audio show, fascinating tales from her book and the podcast, and why fun stories matter in our journey to make art more accessible for audiences. FREE

  • Join us live for the webinar
  • Watch later on YouTube


Daniel Fulco: Washington County Museum of Fine Arts

Daniel Fulco

FRIDAY, AUG 12 • 12–1 PM • ON-SITE

Explore the history and collections of the Washington County Museum of Fine Arts (WCMFA) in Hagerstown while learning about its exciting exhibition program with Dr. Daniel Fulco, the Agnita M. Stine Schreiber Curator. Founded in 1931, in 2021 WCMFA celebrated its 90th year as a premier regional fine arts museum. Its collection of more than 6,500 objects has strengths in American art, Old Masters, and art of world cultures. FREE

  • Join us on-site at the Delaplaine
  • Watch later on YouTube


Corey Frey: Concealment and Augmentation, and Exploration of the Works of Christo and Jeanne-Claude

Wrapped Reichstag (1995) by Christo and Jeanne-Claude


Delaplaine Exhibitions Manager Corey Frey discusses the work and history of installation artists Christo and Jeanne-Claude, our summer Artists of Inspiration. From smaller wrapped objects to site-specific environmental installations, Christo and Jeanne-Claude captured the imagination of the public and critics through decades of imaginative, and sometimes controversial, work. FREE 

  • Join us on-site at the Delaplaine
  • Watch later on YouTube


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