Learn more about the museum’s collections and exhibitions; Join guest experts and museum staff for this program that focuses on the Picturing Japan Exhibition.
The Literati discusses Breakfast at Tiffany’s by Truman Capote. Designed to intrigue, inspire and educate, the Literati Book Club at The Ringling Library celebrates art’s many contributions to the literary world.
This program will explore the rich diversity of ideas and forms at play on the stages of RIAF 2013 and perhaps offer a sneak peak of RIAF 2014. Get a behind the scenes look at the performances and the people that put them together.
Join Curators Matthew McLendon and Dwight Currie for these in depth explorations of the art and artists you will encounter in the galleries and onstage during the NOWHERE experience.
Learn more about the museum’s collections and exhibitions; Join guest experts and museum staff for this program that focuses on the Picturing Ceylon Exhibition.
Hailed by TIME Magazine as “America’s Best Clown” and recipient of the 2011 Clown d’Or, Sarasota native Demetrius Alexandro Claudio Amadeus Bello Nock believes, “No audience member should need more than the edge of his seat!”
Myriam Springuel, President, Springuel Consulting will present “The 21st-century Museum : Engagement, Innovation Within and Beyond the Walls”. An informal tour of the library will follow.
In 2010, John Marciari made worldwide news when he announced that a long-neglected painting in the storerooms of the Yale University Art Gallery was an important early masterpiece by Diego Velázquez. Marciari’s lecture presents the case for the painting in a tale of discovery, detective work, and commentary.
The Literati discusses Marcel Duchamp: The Afternoon Interview by Calvin Tomkins. Designed to intrigue, inspire and educate, the Literati Book Club at The Ringling Library celebrates art’s many contributions to the literary world.
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.