June 11, 2020 @ 5:00 pm – 5:30 pm
How can the usual mocking style of caricature be used to express fondness and admiration?
Join us for an insightful look into one of history’s great cultural influencers and tastemakers, Muriel Draper, and her unique relationship to an art style often tied to political satire and criticism. This week’s talk will be led by Olivia Armandroff, Winterthur graduate student of American Material Culture.
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At a time when many of us are physically separated, Delaware Humanities and the Lewes Public Library
plan to host some "Distant Discussions" to bring us together. We will use videos, shorts stories, poems, and more to bridge the gap between us, when a sense of community and being united is especially important.
We will "meet" once a week via Zoom to have a short, 30 minute conversation. Check back here for our weekly topic and meeting information, or on our Facebook page
Thursday, July 23 at noon: When we give, what do we expect in return?
Discussing Craig Arnold's poem "Bird-Understander