Totally Tuesday Talks

Join us for one of our 2021 Totally Tuesday Talks, conversations with fascinating artists, curators and others who provide further insight into our exhibitions, the Ogunquit art colony and more. Talks will be held virtually, via Zoom, and may be held onsite.

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June 29: Anthony Moore in Conversation with Jean Gibran and Ken Turino

A conversation with Anthony Moore, Jean Gibran, and Ken Turino, manager of community partnerships for Historic New England, related to the exhibition Khalil G. Gibran: The Surface and Below.

July 6th: Donna Cassidy

Donna Cassidy, professor of art history at the University of Southern Maine, discusses the women artists of Ogunquit and New England; related to the exhibition Remember the Ladies: Women Painters in Ogunquit, 1900-1950.

July 13: Katherine French

Katherine French, gallery director of Catamount Arts and curator of the Jo Sandman Legacy Project speaks on the exhibition One Hand Clapping: Jo Sandman.

July 20: Celeste Roberge

Contemporary sculptor Celeste Roberge discusses her land art in OMAA’s sculpture park and gardens.

July 27: Gerald Peters

Gerald Peters, professor of literature at the University of Southern Maine, discusses “Nineteenth Century Utopianism and the American Social Imaginary,” relating to the exhibition Light Southerly: Henry Strater in Verde Valley.

August 3: Alberto Rey

Alberto Rey, art professor at SUNY Fredonia, discusses his work in Life Streams: Alberto Rey, Cuban-American Artist.

August 10: Andrea Rosen

Andrea Rosen, curator at the University of Vermont’s Fleming Museum, speaks about the exhibition Art’s Ball: Wood Gaylor and American Modernism, 1913-1936.

August 24: Our Ogunquit: A Play in One Act

Join us for this special presentation of a one-act play, written by Curator Ruth Greene-McNally and presented by local actors under the direction of Don Goettler.


Enjoy our 2021 Totally Tuesday Talks, featuring discussions with artists and scholars about art, Ogunquit, and more, on our YouTube channel.


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