Lecture

 

Celebrate the creative life of the midcoast community. These events follows a unique 20x20 format, where creative thinkers and makers share their ideas in a unique form of visual storytelling. Eight presenters will share 20 images of their work, with each image showing for 20 seconds, giving a rapid-fire, distilled essence to their presentations. 
 
 
Chief Curator Michael K. Komanecky will look closely at Robert Indiana’s persistent and multi-faceted LOVE imagery, including the museum’s LOVE sculpture, along with his Book of LOVE, a portfolio of prints and poems.
 
Celebrate the fifth birthday of this dynamic, collaborative event, which has become a fixture in the creative life of the midcoast community. This will be the 20th event that follows this unique 20x20 format, where creative thinkers and makers share their ideas in a form of visual storytelling. Eight presenters will share 20 images of their work, with each image showing for 20 seconds, giving a rapid-fire, distilled essence to their presentations.

Doors open at 6:30 p.m. Program begins at 7 p.m.

 
Together with Tom Wilhite, Willard Carroll has amassed the world’s largest collection of The Wizard of Oz memorabilia, selections of which are on view through March 30 in the exhibition The Wonderful World of Oz. Willard Carroll will speak about the exhibition and will give insight into the origins of the collection. Free with admission. No advance reservations.    
This two-part lecture series is a special community event being cosponsored by the Camden Conference and the Farnsworth Art Museum. Community Events are lead-ups to the February 2014 Camden Conference titled “The Global Politics of Food and Water.” Keith Collins MD and Farnsworth Director of Education Roger Dell will each speak in both lectures of the series.
Come listen to the Lux Radio Theatre’s hour-long 1950 Christmas Special broadcast of The Wizard of Oz featuring Judy Garland, with commentary by Willard Carroll and Roger Dell, Director of Education. Refreshments will be served.

Free with admission. No advance reservations.
 
Come listen to and meet the author and creator of Wicked: The Life and Times of the Wicked Witch of the West and many other best-selling books. Wicked, now a beloved classic, is the basis for the Tony Award-winning Broadway musical of the same name. This Camden Public Library event is presented in collaboration with the Farnsworth Art Museum.

Tickets for the talk, including the book-signing reception, are $25 per person. 

For more information and tickets, contact the Camden Public Library at www.librarycamden.org or call (207) 236-3440.
Learn more about this special dog and listen to select readings from I, Toto: The Autobiography of Terry, the Dog who was Toto.

Free with admission. No advance reservations.