Museum visitors are invited to visit the Historic Asolo Theater for an open flag viewing and listening session featuring an installation from John Sims’ performance 2020: (Di)Visions of America and his AfroDixieRemixes soundscape.
This Museum Intensive course surveys the history of museums from antiquity to the present. This course with Dr. David Berry, it will be presented virtually, in a series of six classes.
The year 2020 has presented a historic collage of collective fear, unrest, and protest: the conditions for both exposing deep divisions and the making of a new vision that values justice, social respect and the power of transformative compassion.
Frida: VIVA LA VIDA: Giovanni Troilo's docu-film is a journey through the works, places and personal possessions associated with the revolutionary Mexican artist who has become a pop icon.
Best Actress nominee Salma Hayek stars as Mexican surrealist Frida Kahlo in this biopic, which chronicles her turbulent marriage to Diego Rivera, her political activism and the severe pain she experienced following a bus accident.
Live in the Historic Asolo Theater, John Sims, artist in residence at The Ringling, delivers the closing to the Monuments, Markers and Memory symposium in a multimedia presentation that examines important markers and memories of injustices that are missing from American public space.
Tai Chi and Qi Gong are ancient Chinese exercises that are practiced all over the world for their health and healing benefits. Practicing Tai Chi & Qi Gong improves balance, emotion, energy levels, muscle strength, joint flexibility, organ system, immune system, promotes healing, and delays the aging process.
After Dontre Hamilton is shot 14 times and killed by a Milwaukee police officer, his family embarks on a quest for answers, justice and reform.
James McAvoy gives a stunningly powerful performance in this piece of pure theatre, the most breathtakingly exciting show in London right now.
A fatal turf war between neighborhoods haunts the city of Richmond, Calif. Donté Clark transcends the violence in his hometown by writing poetry about his experiences. Using his voice to inspire those around him, he and the like-minded youth of the city mount an urban adaptation of Shakespeare's "Romeo and Juliet."