Join us for this Viewpoint Lecture. Beginning in the twelfth century, Indian kings and religious institutions hired painters to add illustrations to religious and secular manuscripts.
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.
Each program will focus on a particular performance medium. These discussions will allow visitors to freely share their opinions on contemporary performance and will create the opportunity for unbiased dialogue and conversation.
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 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.
This program is designed specifically for Deaf visitors. Visitors requiring an ASL interpreter are invited to join us for a tour of the museum and its collection. Each program will feature a theme highlighting works from the collection.
Join members of Companhia Urbana de Danca for this special Masterclass on Afro-Brazilian dance. Reviewing the heart of Brazilian hip-hop, this class will delve into the emotional depth and expressive range of Brazilian Street Dance. Masterclasses take place in the Perret Performance Studio.
Join us for a special Earth Day Conversation with Lynn Neuman of Artichoke Dance Company. This Conversation will explore Lynn's piece entitled Liberate the Earth, which is a roving dance work that leads audiences through the tumbling journey of the abandoned, discarded and highly mobile single-use plastic bag.