Join The Ringling Art Library for Literati, a book group that discusses books about art and subjects reflecting the Ringling collections.
We’ve designed a dynamic line-up of live, conversational, virtual programs for you to enjoy from anywhere!
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.
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.
In this conversation, we’ll discuss the genesis of this project, the collaborative curatorial process, and how the curators navigated the richly complicated thematic threads – including individual agency, spectacle and gaze, societal norms, and exploitation – that are present throughout the exhibition.
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 us for a conversation with Mimbre about their latest work "Lifted" which is a collection of funny, poetic and surprising moments, which explore in different ways what it means when one body is carried by another.
Join us for an artist talk with musicians Jamison Ross and Yissy Garcia. One of the hottest young names in music, singer and drummer, Jamison Ross’ music shimmers between jazz, R&B, soul, gospel and blues. Yissy Garcia–a composer and drummer- is one of the most powerful artists of this generation of Cuban musicians.
Join the legendary Isabella Rossellini, as she discusses her work in Link Link Circus along with a film viewing of "Green Porno." Link Link Circus is a comedic and scientifically informed look at the links between humans and animals, via Darwin’s theory of evolution.
Join the Makuyeika Colectivo Teatral for a discussion about their work in Andares. Woven from ancestral myths, traditional music and arts, and a three-person narrative, Andares reveals the extraordinary, untold stories of ordinary, humble people who inhabit Mexico's most remote corners.