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Western Film Screening at Remington Museum
Ogdensburg, NY — The Frederic Remington Art Museum invites the public to a free screening of ...READ MORE
Wednesday, October 10
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Lectures / Visiting Artists / Other Educational Programs

Film Screening: Stagecoach, 1939, John Ford, dir.
October 23, 7:00 pm
Frederic Remington Art Museum
 
Dr. Ginny Schwartz, retired professor of Film Studies and the First Year Program at St. Lawrence University, will introduce this influential Western film, and lead discussion after the screening. Popcorn will be served!

 

 

 

 

 

Art Highlights and Tea Series

The Art Highlights and Tea Series began roughly 16 years ago as a volunteer-led educational program. The "art highlights" talks by a great variety of volunteer presenters draw interested audiences every year. The program routinely includes four monthly lectures in January, February, March and April on the second Wednesday of each month. Lectures begin at 2pm and are always free and open to the public. Tea is served at 3pm. The cost to participate in the tea is $10/person if you’re a Museum member, or $15 if not. We offer a discounted rate if you purchase your tickets in advance for all teas in the series- $35 for members and $40 for non-members. To reserve your seat online visit: https://shop.fredericremington.org/collections/events/products/art-highlights-tea-series-1
 
2018 Series:
January 10, 2018: James D. Carl, “David Parish’s European Architect, Joseph Ramée, and an Early North Country Building Effort.” Dr. Carl will speak about French architect and landscape designer Joseph Ramée and his work in the North Country in the early 1800s. Ramée was brought to America in 1812 by David Parish of Ogdensburg to participate in Parish’s land development efforts in the area. Tea hosted by Ann Groome and friends.
 
February 14, 2018: Caroline Downing, "The Adirondacks and American Art." Many artists have been inspired by the Adirondack region of New York State, including Thomas Cole, Winslow Homer, Georgia O’Keeffe, Frederic Remington, and numerous contemporary artists. Downing will look at the work of a number of these artists, studying their individual responses to the landscape, and noting, in many cases, their strong concern for protecting the distinctive environment of what is known today as the Adirondack Park. Tea hosted by Ann Spies, Fran Naccarato, and friends. Watch video.
 
March 14, 2018: The life and work of early 20th century Ogdensburg sculptor Sally James Farnham, as interpreted by Carole Berard. Tea hosted by Ann Groome, Nancy Skiff, and friends.

April 11, 2018: Sean O'Brien, "Irish Settlement Roads: Nineteenth-Century Stories of Migration to the North Country." Tea hosted by Luann Herzog, Kathie Wade, and friends. Watch video.

May 9, 2018: Morristown Areal Book Club panel presentation, "The Homesteaders." Tea hosted by Doris Whitehead and friends. Watch video

 
Follow the link to our Flickr sets to see past photos of some lecturers.

http://www.flickr.com/photos/ fredericremington/sets/ 72157626264011882/

http://www.flickr.com/photos/ fredericremington/sets/ 72157626580595703/

Watch past videos:

Kathy Stein: Nostalgia of the West Talk at Remington Museum - https://youtu.be/k4XGShEgbK0
 
Visiting Artists
 
At the Frederic Remington Art Museum, we often have visiting artists who find inspiration using the artwork in our galleries. Check out our visiting artist’s websites:
 
Mary Sprague: www.marysprague.com
Andrew R. Wright: www.andrewrwright.com
David J. Hanson: www2.potsdam.edu/hansondj/

Flickr link to Mary Sprague as she works in the Albert Priest Newell Gallery: http://flic.kr/s/aHsjvoSNTt