Spring Party: Every picture tells a Story
May 7, 2016
This year, the Academy Art Museum spring event will return to the Museum for dinner preceded by cocktails at the newly air-conditioned Waterfowl Building. We are fortunate to build upon two outstanding exhibitions which open in late April. Ruth Starr Rose’s portrayal of African American life in Talbot County during the early twentieth century will be on view at the Waterfowl Building. The Academy Art Museum will exhibit Paulette Tavormina’s photographs reminiscent of Old Master still lifes of the seventeenth century.
This event celebrates our mission to promote the knowledge, practice and appreciation of
the arts and to enhance cultural life on the Eastern Shore.
Look for your invitation in the mail in mid-March.
Cocktails at 7pm
At the Waterfowl Building
featuring the art of
Ruth Starr Rose:
Revelations of African American Life in Maryland
Dinner at 8pm
At the Museum
featuring the photography of
Paulette Tavormina: Seizing Beauty