Join a Museum educator for a one-hour tour designed for parents or caregivers visiting the museum with an infant. This tour allows for adult discussion within a group that does not mind if a chatty or crying baby joins the conversation. Strollers or front baby carriers only, please.
ROAR! is a storytime program, designed to engage toddlers and preschoolers in activities that connect art with early literacy.
Ringling Reflections programs are designed specifically for people with memory loss and their care partners. These are relaxed, conversation-based gallery tours in the Museum of Art.
The Ringling offers Saturday for Educators throughout the school year. Educators may attend this program to learn about the Ringling's permanent collection and special exhibitions, network with other educators, and refresh their creative spirit.
Join us in the Chao Lecture Hall for a film screening followed by an informal topical discussion. Topics vary, please check schedule for details.
Join us on the third Thursday of each month for a special day designed just for homeschool families. Facilitated stations designed to engage different age levels will be set up throughout the Museum of Art. Families are free to move through these stations at their own pace to enjoy and learn together as a family.
Dr. Melissa Hyde will discuss her efforts to bring the eighteenth century to life in the recent exhibition Becoming a Woman in the Age of Enlightenment: French Art from the Horvitz Collection which first opened at the Harn Museum of Art in fall 2017.
Join The Ringling Art Library’s book club, the Literati. Discuss famous authors & art history! The program is FREE and registration is not required.
Join Conversations with the Library for an illuminating discussion of the Grotto Library of Dunhuang with speaker Ann Roddy, Director of Elling Eide Research Library.
Join Collections staff for an informal discussion of their field, including an explanation of their day-to-day tasks, highlights of their favorite parts of the job, trade secrets of the profession, and what they wish the average museum visitor knew about the work that they do.