Winter Programs for Adults
THE POWER OF CURIOSITY
Explore with insightful luminaries the power of curiosity as experienced through connection to art, spirit and nature.
Program Series Co-presented by Shelburne Museum, All Souls Interfaith Gathering, Pierson Library, Shelburne Farms, with support from RETN.
Wednesday, March 4 | 4 p.m. at All Souls
David Ellis, President & Director Emeritus, Museum of Science, Boston and Michael Jager, Creative Principal, Solidarity of Unbridled Labour
Wednesday, March 11 | 4 p.m. at All Souls
Linda Wellings, Facilitator of Wonder, Shelburne Farms and Rob Mermin, Founding Director, Circus Smirkus
Wednesday, March 25 | 4 p.m. at Shelburne Museum
Walter Wick, Photographer, Illustrator & Author of I SPY and Nissa Kaupilla, Fine Artist
EXPLORING THE PAST IN COLOR: The Changing Nature of Photography
Sunday, May 2 | 2 p.m.
In Kodachrome Memory, Nathan Benn’s photographs show us the past in color, a realm previously confined to black and white. Listen to photographer Nathan Benn, photo historian Mary Panzer, photographer and associate professor Jerry Swope, and Shelburne Museum director Tom Denenberg, discuss and reflect on how the notion of documentary photography is changing. Learn how the changes in photographic technology, from cameras to cell phones, from film and slides to pixels, from private albums to web-based pages, have changed the way we perceive our personal history and the past. Free with Museum Admission.