The Education Center houses the extensive Art Library and provides classroom space for adult and childrens programming that enriches and enlivens interest in art. The Education Center is also home to our state-of-the-art Conservation Lab where the treasures of the Museum, Ca' d’Zan, Circus Museum and Historic Asolo Theater are preserved and protected.
Scholars consider the scroll one of the earliest forms of the book.Join us for this program that will explore the development and use of the scroll presented by Daphne Lange Rosenzweig, Ph.D. Less formal than a lecture, Conversations are programs where staff and guests can share research projects or special interests.
All of us are looking for ways to introduce fewer chemicals into our environment. One of the leaders in this field, Dr. A.D. Ali, has been advising The Ringling in this process and will share his insights on pest control management for homeowners.
This classic Japanese film, tells the story of a samurai who is faced with the rivalries tearing apart a village in the mid-nineteenth century. Join us for this program that combines film and a discussion of mutual themes shared by the film and specific objects from the exhibition, Samurai: The Way of the Warrior.
The Ringling is pleased to bring Dr. Ed Gilman, an international expert on trees and hurricane preparedness, to work with homeowners in our community. The focus will be on practical measures that will help homeowners prepare, and in necessary, recover, from a storm.
Join us for this program that will focus on Paul Rudolph's Legacy in Florida. The program will include a visit to the Walker Guest House located on The Ringling grounds and a book signing event with architect and Rudolph scholar Joe King.
This film’s incredible action scenes take place in an atmosphere of gangsters and geishas. Join us for this program that combines film and a discussion of mutual themes shared by the film and specific objects from the exhibition, Samurai: The Way of the Warrior.