Cocktails with Curators: Bugs, Birds & Bricks
Join Heritage Museums & Gardens’ curators for this series of fun and fascinating virtual programs! Bring your favorite beverage or try our suggested cocktail recipe and enjoy as our curator takes us on a behind-the-scenes journey to learn more about the objects in Heritage’s collections and exhibits. These programs feature stories beyond the labels that you won’t find anywhere else! We’ll close the discussion with time for your questions. So sign-up, sit back, and sip your way to discovering more with Heritage’s curators!
This episode of “Cocktails with Curators” will feature Assistant Curator, Amanda Wastrom, as she takes us on a revelatory tour of our outdoor art installation, Bugs, Birds & Bricks. Amanda will discuss all things LEGO – how these sculptures were built, the artist behind them, and special attributes that make LEGOs so awesome – not only as a creative toy for kids, but also as a versatile tool for students, therapists, architects, and more.
The live webinar will include time for questions and a follow-up email with reference material. All program registrants will receive a link to the video recording, available for 48 hours after the event. Advance registration is required.
- MEMBER: $5
- NON-MEMBER: $10
- MEMBER BENEFITS: Benefit Package Free Program Passes may be used for this program. Add your discount code during check-out, or contact the Development Department at 508-888-3300 x119 or x159 for assistance.
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- Amanda WastromAssistant Curator
Amanda Wastrom is a curator, writer, and artist based in East Sandwich, where she lives with her family, a flock of chickens, an overgrown garden, and some feisty honeybees. For the past fifteen years, she has worked with museums and cultural organizations throughout the region including Highfield Hall & Gardens, Falmouth Museums on the Green, Osterville Historical Museum, Cape Cod Art Association, and Cape Cod Museum of Art. Since joining Heritage in 2017, Amanda has assisted with the care of the museum’s collections as well as researching and designing the museum’s exhibitions, both indoors and out. She is excited for the opportunity to share fun facts she learned, stories she discovered, and insights she gained during her research for this exhibit.