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June 18, 1815. A desperate Napoleon Bonaparte flees the battlefield at Waterloo, headed for Paris. Will he stand and fight, or run even further? Author Thomas Crocker examines how the French army’s top brass escaped after Waterloo—some finding their way to America and others just missing their chance to get away, including Napoleon who came within an hour of slipping aboard a Baltimore privateer.

This program will be live via Zoom

 

January 18 - BLT: Icons of American Animation

Speaker: Robert Lemieux, curator of the Icons of American Animation exhibit, now on display at the Carroll County Arts Center and McDaniel College’s Rice Gallery, will walk us through the history of this popular artform, astoundingly well represented in this collection of 150 classic animation drawings from Famed Studios such as Walt Disney and Hanna-Barbera. The art is from Mike & Jean Glad and the Glad Family Trust. In planning for this exceptional and not-to-be missed display, Lemieux, Associate Professor of Communication and Cinema at McDaniel College, assembled an impressive team involving McDaniel College, the Carroll County Arts Council, and the Corcoran School of Arts & Design at George Washington University, with professional assistance from the National Gallery of Art.

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