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Attend Tomorrow’s Program Virtually!

January 8th, 2024 · Comments Off on Attend Tomorrow’s Program Virtually! · Author Talk, Events, Main Branch, Virtual Programs, Writer's Group

Due to the impending snow storm, ‘Self Publishing with Jamie Orr’ on Tuesday January 9 is now being offered via Zoom. Those who signed up will receive an email with the link to join virtually.

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Jackson Pollock, Lee Krasner & Abstract Expressionism

August 24th, 2023 · Comments Off on Jackson Pollock, Lee Krasner & Abstract Expressionism · Art Room, City Library, Culturally Curious Art Series, Events, Main Branch, Virtual Programs, West Branch

Jackson Pollock is the famous originator of the drip and splatter paintings that came to epitomize Abstract Expressionism at the middle of the twentieth century.

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Seaside Escapes: The Art and Architecture of the New England Coast

July 20th, 2023 · Comments Off on Seaside Escapes: The Art and Architecture of the New England Coast · Art Room, Culturally Curious Art Series, Events, Main Branch, Virtual Programs, West Branch

From artist colonies to robber baron “summer cottages,” the New England shoreline has inspired countless creative works.

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Norman Rockwell on Art

June 22nd, 2023 · Comments Off on Norman Rockwell on Art · Art Room, City Library, Culturally Curious Art Series, Events, Main Branch, Virtual Programs, West Branch

“America’s favorite illustrator” is best known for his relatable scenes of modern American life with subjects selected for their broad appeal: families, holiday celebrations and young love.

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George Tooker: Modern Life and Magical Realism

June 1st, 2023 · Comments Off on George Tooker: Modern Life and Magical Realism · Art Room, City Library, Culturally Curious Art Series, Events, Main Branch, Virtual Programs, West Branch

George Tooker often depicted the tensions of modern life and inhuman bureaucracies.

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Revolutionary Design: Modern Architecture in New England

April 27th, 2023 · Comments Off on Revolutionary Design: Modern Architecture in New England · Art Room, City Library, Events, Main Branch, Virtual Programs, West Branch

New England is known for its history and its traditions, but it is also home to some daring and inventive modern designs from some of the world’s leading architects.

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Building and understanding family trees

April 4th, 2023 · Comments Off on Building and understanding family trees · City Library, Events, Main Branch, NH Room, Virtual Programs

This program will teach you how to build and better understand your family tree.

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Author Mia Mask Discusses “Black Rodeo: A History of the African American Western”

March 22nd, 2023 · Comments Off on Author Mia Mask Discusses “Black Rodeo: A History of the African American Western” · Books, City Library, Events, Main Branch, Virtual Programs, West Branch

The Manchester City Library in conjunction with Ashland Public Library are proud to bring you Professor and author Mia Mask discussing her new book Black Rodeo: A History of the African American Western on Wednesday, March 29th, 2023 from 7:00pm to 8:00 pm.  The book examines the African American western hero within the larger context […]

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Marc Chagall: Joy, Color & a Celebration of Jewish Culture

March 20th, 2023 · Comments Off on Marc Chagall: Joy, Color & a Celebration of Jewish Culture · Art Room, City Library, Culturally Curious Art Series, Events, Main Branch, Virtual Programs, West Branch

Marc Chagall’s colorful, abstracted paintings integrate a variety of elements from the modernist movements of the early twentieth century.

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The History of America’s Kitchens from the Colonial Period to the Present

March 13th, 2023 · Comments Off on The History of America’s Kitchens from the Colonial Period to the Present · Books, City Library, Events, Main Branch, Virtual Programs, West Branch

From the colonial period to the present, the kitchen has been a source of nourishment and comfort.

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