Learn about Indian Classical Dance and the preservation of the Odissi dance tradition with the Nrityagram Dancers. The Nrityagram Dance Ensemble is a mix of inspiration and ideas, a coming together of creative minds, which push themselves to the absolute limits of their abilities.
During the Gilded Age and Progressive Era, the American circus was the nation’s most popular form of entertainment. Join us for this lecture by Janet M. Davis is Professor of American Studies and History at the University of Texas at Austin.
Join Elisa Hansen, Head of Library Services, in a conversation about the fifteenth-century origin of the typographic tradition and the 1913 facsimile of the Gutenberg Bible gifted to John Ringling.
Join Museum leaders for an informal discussion of their field, including an explanation of their day-to-day tasks, highlights of their favorite parts of the job, what challenges they face, and what they wish museum visitors knew about the work that they do.
Actor Gabino Rodriquez is joined by representatives from UnidosNow and the Sarasota Sister City program (Merida) for a discussion on Mexican government and politics today. For six months Gabino Rodriguez became Santiago Ramirez, a man working in a Tijuana factory for five dollars a day.
In this Viewpoint Lecture, Christopher Lomelin will explore the complex and multifaceted history of the Virgin of Guadalupe throughout Mexico and the United States.
Join us for a conversation with members of Son Luna y Jovenes Zapateadores (Mexico) on the evolution of the rhythms and dance styles of Son Jarocho.
Join Marketing staff for an informal discussion of their field, including an explanation of their day-to-day tasks, highlights of their favorite parts of the job,trade secrets of the profession, and what they wish museum visitors knew about the work that they do.
Join us for a conversation with Chilean director and puppet artist Aline Kuppenheim as she discusses puppetry and her collaboration with renowned playwright Guillermo Calderon.
Join Luciano Rosso & Alfonso Baron from Argentina for a discussion about physical theater and their latest work Un Poyo Rojo, an interesting crossover between dance, sport and sexuality.