From intimate gallery discussions to lectures by world-renowned experts, join scholars, students, and artists in making meaning from works of art.
New perspectives on art and design are uncovered through guided conversation facilitated by an educator. See upcoming events.
Chat with artists and designers about the inspirations and techniques behind their work. See upcoming events.
Museum staff informally present their working processes and recent projects as a way to share insights into internal museum practices. See upcoming events.
Scholars provide their perspectives in discussions about works of art. Join them in exploring complex social and historical contexts, themes, and ideas. See upcoming events.
Join curators from the Museum and the Center for Reconciliation for a special opportunity to explore and discuss the racial history of works in the Museum's collection. See upcoming events.
These day-long convenings bring together scholarly viewpoints on topics integral to art and its making. See upcoming events.
What can art-making materials tell us about the natural world, global trade, social and cultural frameworks, and artists' ideas? This series of gallery conversations and studio workshops immerses participants in hands-on exploration while investigating the history and context of a single material. See upcoming events.
Enjoy a special gallery talk and wine or spirit tasting offered in conjunction with Bottles Fine Wine. See upcoming events.