Join us for our March Brown Bag Lunch program in honor of Women’s History Month!
This month, we’ll explore the creation of the museum’s newest exhibition, Pink. Pink is an exhibit of children’s book illustrations that tell the story of a family coming together for the Women’s March on January 21, 2017. These charming, creative, mixed-media illustrations are on display juxtaposed with dynamic photos of the march in Boston, taken by professional photographer, and Hamilton resident, Deb Bai-Lannon.
Pink‘s illustrator, Mary Newell DePalma, and local professional photographer, Deb Bai-Lannon, will share information about the inspiration for their work and their creative processes.
To participate via Zoom, please register online using this form. If you plan to attend in person, you may register in advance or drop-in on the day of the program.
Thank You to Our Sponsor
This program series is sponsored by the Institution for Savings.
About the Brown Bag Lunch Series
Join us on the third Thursday of the month with your favorite lunch and explores local history and culture in a comfortable and welcoming environment. Beverages and dessert will be provided by the museum. This is a free community program and we are asking those who are able to consider a $10 donation to the Wenham Museum to attend. You may still attend this program without a donation. Thank you!