This replica by the Sarasota Architectural Foundation of the 1952 Walker Guest House, designed by Paul Rudolph, presents one of the hallmarks of the "Sarasota School" of modernism.
These galleries present an overview of some of the major projects with artists that have taken place in the first five years of the Art of Our Time program. In addition to the significant acquisitions of art for the permanent collection made by the museum, a number of important donations have also been included.
Organized by The Walters Art Museum, Baltimore, in partnership with The Ringling, this major exhibition will feature more than 80 objects, many on loan from prestigious institutions across the US and Europe including the Metropolitan Museum of Art, the Victoria and Albert Museum and the Louvre.
Territories: Photography, Space, and Power explores the myriad ways in which spaces are organized by cultural forces and political power.
As early as the 1840s, circus impresarios understood the importance of the parade as a way to impress potential audiences. Enjoy a selection of posters dating from 1848 to 1920 and imagine the excitement of the “The Most Magnificent Street Spectacle Ever Seen,” the circus parade.
A nice flush of new blooms is expected throughout Mable's Rose Garden in April and December, which is approximately six weeks after our dedicated volunteers volunteers cut-back all of the roses.
The Campaign Against Summer Hunger unites the community to help feed the 21,000 Sarasota County School children - and their younger siblings - who face hunger. Throughout the Campaign each person donating a canned good will save $2 off Museum Admission. Donations may be dropped off at the Visitors Pavilion.
Now on Sale for a Limited Time! This walking tour will introduce you to interesting botanical specimens on the estate while providing a historic overview of the development of the property.
Alumni of The Perlman Music Program perform classical music at The Ringling. Sponsored in part by Sarasota County Tourism Development Tax Revenues.
A Feast for the Senses: Art and Experience in Medieval Europe includes outstanding examples of illuminated manuscripts. From love poems to sacred texts, the range of books in the exhibition connects us with the sensory experiences of the middle ages.