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 Thursday nights to receive discounted admission to the museum as well as a special art-making program relating to works of art you can find in the galleries.
ROAR! is a storytime program, designed to engage toddlers and preschoolers in activities that connect art with early literacy. This program is free and no registration is required.
Join a museum educator to stroll the museum on a one-hour, interactive tour for infants and their caregivers. This tour is designed for the caregivers of children under 2 who can visit the museum using a stroller or front baby carrier.
Be a part of the art and pARTticipate in an interactive tour of the contemporary galleries. We'll explore these works collaboratively using fresh or unusual hands-on approaches.
October is Breast Cancer Awareness Month, and The Ringling is celebrating women. Our hope is that public support will encourage support for research, prevention, and a cure. Wearing pink is encouraged.
Join us for a lively discussion about The Ringling’s leadership role in preserving this remarkable expression of American culture and entertainment Deborah Walk, Assistant Director of Legacy and Circus, Jennifer Lemmer-Posey, Associate Curator of the Circus.
Some of Her Favorite Things Join us for this opportunity to meet one of The Ringling new curators. Dr. Sarah Cartwright, the Ulla R. Searing Curator of Collections, will share her thoughts about some of her favorite objects in the permanent collection galleries.
In collaboration with Ringling International Arts Festival, we are holding a family day all about performance! This event will feature art making, interactive stops throughout the Museum of Art, and Kids Quests.
From its earliest forms, written by hand on silk or on bamboo strips, the books has been a prized item throughout Chinese history. A brief survey of the book in China will be presented by Dr. Robert Hegel, Professor of Comparative Literature and Chinese at Washington University, St. Louis.