We’ve designed a dynamic line-up of live, conversational, virtual programs for you to enjoy from anywhere!
Join St. Petersburg-based artist Carrie Boucher for a hands-on workshop encouraging community, care, and creativity. This workshop is presented in partnership with Embracing Our Differences, and complements the 2021 Art Teacher Intensive. All participating teachers will receive 3 hours of continuing education credit.
This panel presents perspectives that elucidate and redefine environmental justice and how culture, performance and storytelling impact awareness and social transformation around these issues. Art of Performance season artists and collaborators share provocative and visionary thoughts.
This workshop will examine the nuances of colonization and how they intersect with how we live and work in the cultural arts space. The workshop will entail both active and passive activities, videos, and discussions, creating radical access points for everyone of all levels to leave empowered.
This illustrated lecture by Marissa Hershon, Curator of Ca’ d’Zan and Decorative Arts, will take a closer look at how Ca’ d’Zan came to be built in Sarasota and became nationally recognized soon after it was completed in 1926. This program will be offered both in-person in the Chao Lecture Hall and virtually via Zoom.
Ringling Reflections programs are designed specifically for people with memory loss and their care partners. They are relaxed, conversation-based gallery tours in the Museum of Art. The tour routes will be wheelchair accessible.
Join us to explore various aspects of the Museum and its collection. Tickets are free with Museum Admission and are available for pick-up on the day of the program. Tickets are limited.
Join Dr. Sarah Cartwright for a closer look at a rare work by the Spanish painter Juan de Pareja (1606-1670). Pareja was an enslaved assistant to the painter Diego Velázquez, but after obtaining his freedom in 1654, he established himself as a successful independent painter.
The Ringling Archives has been utilizing innovative technology from FILMIC Technologies to digitize 16mm film across three collections. Drop into the Chao Lecture Hall anytime between 1:00 – 4:00 to learn about this exciting project .
Join us for a virtual program with Ringling Museum educators exploring the Museum of Art Galleries or the Circus Museum.