The new Keith D. and Linda L. Monda Gallery of Contemporary Art will open with a site-specific installation by American artist Anne Patterson. Pathless Woods will be an interactive, multi-media installation in which the visitor is invited to walk through a forest of ribbons.
These galleries present an overview of some of the major projects with artists that have taken place in the first five years of the Art of Our Time program. In addition to the significant acquisitions of art for the permanent collection made by the museum, a number of important donations have also been included.
Organized by The Walters Art Museum, Baltimore, in partnership with The Ringling, this major exhibition will feature more than 80 objects, many on loan from prestigious institutions across the US and Europe including the Metropolitan Museum of Art, the Victoria and Albert Museum and the Louvre.
Territories: Photography, Space, and Power explores the myriad ways in which spaces are organized by cultural forces and political power.
Friends of Art of Our Time share an interest in modern and contemporary art. They enjoy unique opportunities to engage with the artists, performers and the contemporary and modern works found in The Ringling's permanent collection.
Join us for this film series that explores the complex historical relationship of America and Asia through a critical examination of films that have played an integral role in American popular culture.
Celebrate the tenth anniversary of The Howard Brothers Model at The Ringling with a conversation with Howard Tibbals, circus fan extraordinaire.
Live music, art and atmosphere in the Museum of Art Courtyard! This event features an eclectic mix of local and regional live music.
Slow Art Day invites people all over the world to visit local museums and look at art slowly. Participants spend about ten minutes looking at a single work of art and then discuss it with fellow participants. That’s it. Simple by design, the goal is to look closely, make observations, and share your responses.
From the playful fantasies of world's fairs to the Ringlings' fascination with Venetian glamor to the country's obsession with George Washington's Mount Vernon, this lecture will explore America's love of copying and adapting historic architecture. Presented by Dr. Lydia Mattice Brandt.