Join Dr. Sarah Cartwright, Ulla R. Searing Curator of Collections, as she discusses a selection of intriguing objects from the Museum of Art permanent collection.
Back by popular demand! This talk, led by Ringling intern Shannon Nortz, will cover the Chiurazzi sculptures in the Museum of Art's courtyard. These sculptures serve both as symbols of Sarasota and of the antique. During this talk, we will explore their multi-layered lives, subject matter,and contexts.
Join The Ringling Art Library’s book club, the Literati. Discuss famous authors & art history! The program is FREE and registration is not required.
The Science Behind the making of The Nature of Forgetting: Taking The Nature of Forgetting as a starting point, members of the Theater Re company will highlight how the neurobiology of memory has shaped the making of the work. Recommended for college students studying biology, pre-medicine and psychology.
Special edition Viewpoint! Leah Verier-Dunn of Moving Ethos discussing how to use conceptual tools like Body, Space, and Time to create choreography. Recommended for Dance and Theater Majors.
Distilling the art of breaking to its purest form, Raphael Xavier takes this movement vocabulary to uncharted territory in this special class. Participants will be able to learn about various breaking movements as well as the importance of Spoken Word and Poetry within his piece, Point of Interest.
Join Leah Verier-Dunn, Artistic Director of Moving Ethos Dance Company on an exploration of the concept of dance theater and how to tell a story through movement. Featuring dancers from Moving Ethos, Leah will play with the concept of narrative, and what "dance theater" means to Moving Ethos.