Explore the Museum of Art permanent and special exhibition galleries, and the Circus Museum. Please Note: Ca' d'Zan is not open for viewing during Art After 5, except on select dates in November and December.
At sunset, a sophisticated system of LED lights is employed to change the color of the space. As you gaze up at the sky through the 24 foot square aperture in the ceiling, you are invited to contemplate light, perception, and experience. Joseph's Coat is a unique experience.
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.
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.
In the wake of the Second World War, woodblock prints emerged as a channel of diplomacy and friendship between Japan and the U.S. Japan’s print artists found new patrons among members of the Allied occupation and they traveled abroad to teach, study, and introduce their work to audiences all over the world.
Join us on the Bolger Campiello for live music and dancing. *Due to the popularity of Ringling by the Bay we encourage you to purchase your tickets well in advance for all of the dates that you would like to attend.*
Yoga sessions are offered at different locations throughout the estate. In addition to Yoga Nights, A special Hatha Yoga will be offered on April 28 as part of "A Journey Through India Festival".
Join us in the Chao Lecture Hall for a film screening followed by an informal topical discussion. Topics vary, please check schedule for details.
Imagery of knights in shining armor are woven throughout the history of American popular culture. Founded with the democratic values of life, liberty, and the pursuit of happiness, from its beginning, the United States has idealized the traits of courage, piety, and civility that are embodied in images of knights.