In this family workshop you will hunt for architectural details on the exterior of the Ca’d’Zan, draw your favorites and imagine some original designs of your own. Transform these details into prints through a simple printmaking process, and add some watercolor background.
Heidi Herriott is the third generation of a multi-talented family revered throughout the circus community. Herriott is a horsewoman extraordinaire who specializes in trick horses, liberty and dancing horses. Don’t miss this intriguing, informal and informative interview session.
In conjunction with the exhibition, Behind Closed Doors: Art in the Spanish American Home, 1492-1898, we invite you to this study day that will offer insights into the culture of Spanish Colonial America through an exploration of how material culture was used to construct identity and display status in the New World.
Ever wondered how bronze sculptures are made? We’ll look at some examples around our galleries and grounds, and then try a variation on the process using play-dough molds and plaster of Paris. We can also paint our small sculptures bronze so they’ll shine!
The Ringling is pleased to be an Access site for Season 7 of ART21, the Peabody award –winning film series on contemporary art and artists. Join us for a screening and discussion around artists whose work is tied together by the idea of Legacy. This is a free event.
Hermitage (Patriot Plaza) Artists, Ann Hirsch and Pablo Eduardo, will take you on a personal tour of the Ringling collection making connections between the artists of the past and their own work.
Hermitage Artists, Ann Hirsch and Pablo Eduardo the artists discuss the inspiration for their work, as well as the processes involved. This conversation will be moderated by art consultant Ann Wykell who managed the public art projects for Patriot Plaza.
If your dreamscape includes a lush lawn or the textures of ornamental ground covers, we've got you covered. This series of workshops is designed to give the homeowner the knowledge and the know-how to create Florida-friendly landscapes.
It’s a favorite at the Ringling! Gathering inspiration from our Rubens tapestries, we’ll discuss the process of weaving. With paper of all colors and patterns, we’ll make our own woven projects in the gallery. We might even include some materials you weren’t expecting.
Inside the Vault is a quarterly lecture series that explores the significance of The Ringling Art Library’s unique collections. Presented by The Ringling Art Librarians, this talk showcases John and Mable Ringling’s comprehensive personal book selections, which form the foundation of The Ringling Art Library.