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.
ROAR! is a storytime program, designed to engage toddlers and preschoolers in activities that connect art with early literacy.
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.
Transient Landscapes is an upcoming monumental 2-day event! But what is Transient Landscapes? Join four-time GRAMMY award winning percussionist Matthew Duvall for a stroll around the grounds to visit performance destinations and discuss the curatorial process that resulted in this sonic tour of the landscape.
Join The Ringling Art Library’s book club, the Literati. Discuss famous authors & art history! The program is FREE and registration is not required.
Join us on the third Thursday of each month for a special day designed just for homeschool families. Facilitated stations designed to engage different age levels will be set up throughout the Museum of Art. Families are free to move through these stations at their own pace to enjoy and learn together as a family.
Join Dr. Sarah Cartwright, Ulla R. Searing Curator of Collections, as she takes us through special exhibition Storytelling: French Art from The Horvitz Collection.
Join us at the museum for fun for the whole family! Each month, we will set up interactive stations throughout the one of the museum’s venues. Families are free to move through these stations at their own pace to enjoy, play, and learn together as a family.
This program will highlight some of the finest illustrated natural history books of the late Renaissance to the early Victorian era. It will examine the role these books have played in making natural history accessible to the public, and in sharing the results of scientific research with the scholarly community.
It's almost time for Halloween! Come ready to hear some of the more frightening stories behind art at The Ringling, from disembodied heads to terrifying monsters.