Date & Time

Main Theater

This astonishing documentary from Thomas Riedelsheimer shadows renowned sculptor Andy Goldsworthy as he creates works of art with ice, driftwood, leaves, stone, dirt and snow in open fields, beaches, rivers, creeks and forests.

Andy Goldsworthy's art is supposed to fall apart. He creates large-scale outdoor sculptures and artworks in an attempt to imbue the physical world with a spiritual, ephemeral element. Riedelsheimer follows Goldsworthy as he constructs his art everywhere from upstate New York to his home village in Scotland, and questions the solitary artist about his inspirations, frustrations and artistic goals.

Under Construction Arts

This free community screening is part of our 2021 Under Construction Arts Week hosting Artist Mēlani Naim. The screening will complement Naim's weeklong project Color Stories: A Community Conversation on Color

Under Construction Arts is an annual week-long residency to celebrate the artistic process. As part of Annapolis Arts Week, Naim's residency will also include opportunities for the community to contribute to the project plus digital engagement, an Artist Talk and open Gallery Hours to experience the process of Color Stories: A Community Conversation on Color.

Covid-19 Safety Protocols

  • This screening takes place indoors in our Main Theatre. Masks are required for all patrons for indoor performances.
  • Free advanced registration is required for all guests. Seating is general admission.
  • View our full Covid-19 Response Plan for more information.