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Joint Art Exhibit on the Creek

The C.Burr Artz Library and the Delaplaine are putting their heads together and joint-hosting a wonderful exhibit, “Frederick County Glimpses Past and Present,” that will celebrate the transformation of Frederick City from the 19th century through present day.

Photos of the city’s “past,” from the 19th century and early-to-mid 20th century, will be featured in the Library. These photographs from the FCPL archival collection will be on display in the main entrance way and in the Maryland Room on the second floor.

The Delaplaine will feature a variety of artworks by local artists, including paintings by Deborah Lovelace Richardson and Paula Rubin Wexler, photography by Brady Wilks and Harriet Wise, and sculpture by Homer Yost.

The two facilities are located along Carroll Creek Park in downtown Frederick, the Delaplaine at 40 South Carroll Street and the C. Burr Artz Library at 110 East Patrick Street. Diane Sibbison, the Exhibitions Manager at the Delaplaine, says,  “with both sites only about one block apart along Carroll Creek, we hope that people will visit both portions of the exhibit… It’s a wonderful opportunity to bring local art and local history together, and, as Mary [Mannix, the Maryland Room Manager,] said, raise the visibility of both.”

The public is invited to opening receptions at both locations on Saturday, January 7 from 3:00 p.m. to 5:00 p.m. Admission is free. This exhibit will be open at both locations through February 19th and will be available for viewing daily.

For more information, contact the Delaplaine at 301-698-0656 or www.delaplaine.org.

For more information on this exhibit, visit www.delaplaine.org

For more information on this exhibit, visit www.delaplaine.org

 

 

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(photo courtesy of Fred & Co 1745- www.fredandco.us)

Featured in our Fall Issue of FiND iT FREDERiCK, Fred & Co 1745 shares their story about the up-and-coming brand for comfortable, fashionable, garments and textiles- all manufactured and sold right here in the historic district. Here’s 5 facts about the designers and their artful wardrobe masterpieces that you should know!

1.  Fred & Co 1745- Why 1745?

 

This company embodies the rich culture and fun perspective of our growing city. So it’s no wonder the group behind this city-serving brand chose 1745- the year Frederick Maryland came to be!

2.  The Mission

In their own words, founders AJ Naylor, Chaz Stitely, and Sam Delgado state: ” Living in a disposable world, Fred & Co 1745 provides tough, quality garments, Our handcrafted, American-made goods are representative of the city we were raised in: rooted in rebellion, progression, and history.”

3.  Climbing the Ranks

Ever heard of the fashion luminary- Claire McCardell? Born in Frederick Maryland in 1905 and a Hood College student from 1923-1925, McCardell is a renowned designer who’s pieces, especially in women’s athletic wear, reached fashionistas and style gurus all over the world. Her stature during her rise to fame in the fashion industry was surely impressive, and Fred & Co 1745 has been compared to this monumental icon and even noted as joining the ranks alongside this local trendsetter. Not too shabby!

4. Products That Give Back

The goods produced by Fred & Co 1745 pay homage to Frederick’s industrial and military history. The trio behind the brand is energized by the opportunity to join the garment and textile industry here in Frederick and hopes to partake in the growth of this town’s own economic growth.

5. You Could WIN Your Own Fred & Co 1745 Shirt!

FiND iT FREDERiCK Magazine is excited to offer one lucky winner an authentic Fred & Co 1745 T-Shirt. Like all F&C tops, this T is comfortable, stylish, and made entirely local! Head over to FiNDiT FREDERiCK’s FB and Instagram to learn how!