March at The Aldrich: Twenty Twenty, Walking on Air, Poetry, Examining Grief and Injustice Together, and Lots More!

March marks a year from when we closed our doors at the beginning of the pandemic. We wanted to take a moment to thank you for your participation during this difficult year. Your support visiting the Museum, participating in an online program, joining as a member, making a donation, and more, has been critical during this time. We are grateful.

The exhibition Twenty Twenty, which follows the events of the last year, closes on March 14, along with the corresponding ILSSA Ballot Project for Twenty Twenty. We hope you’ll be able to see these two timely and remarkable projects before they close and reflect on what has transpired in the last year.

Timed ticket reservations are required and may be booked online here.

Final Weeks of Twenty Twenty 

Watch: Marti Cormand and Diana Shpungin in Conversation

Read: Genesis Belanger Reviewed in frieze

Participate: Upcoming Programs


Kindly note that online registrations close at 4:30 pm on the last business day before the start of each program.

Virtual Members-Only 2021 Director’s Preview

Thursday, March 11 
6:30 pm
Register at thealdrich.org

Join Executive Director Cybele Maylone for a look at the artists, exhibitions, and programs that will be taking place in 2021 and beyond.

Virtual Mindfulness and Movement for Kids: Walking on Air

Monday, March 15
3:30 to 4:30 pm
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Help your kids feel more relaxed through our family-friendly Virtual Mindfulness and Movement!

Virtual Poetry Playshop: “Shape” Up

Tuesday, March 16
4 to 5 pm 
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Craft visual poetry inspired by Frank Stella’s Stars, A Survey, with Ridgefield’s Poet Laureate and Aldrich Educator, Barb Jennes!

Teacher Professional Development: Processing Twenty Twenty in 2020: Examining Grief and Injustice Together

Thursday, March 18
6 to 7 pm
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A workshop developed for educators galvanized by the ongoing conversations around systemic racial injustice.

Virtual Art-Making for Kids: Salt-Painted Shamrocks

Friday, March 19 
3:30 pm to 4:30 pm
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Kick off your weekend with a virtual, family-friendly art activity inspired by St. Patrick’s Day, the Museum’s Pollinator Pathway, and forms found in nature!

From our friends at The Ridgefield Playhouse

The Ridgefield Playhouse continues their Great Art on Film Series with Secret Impressionists, a cinematic journey to discover the art revolution caused by the Impressionist movement through 50 unseen masterpieces unveiled for the first time that are now on display in Rome at Palazzo Bonaparte.All seating is limited capacity with social distancing. Masks are required at all times. Tickets available here



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