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.
Join a Museum educator for a one-hour tour designed for parents or caregivers visiting the museum with an infant. This tour allows for adult discussion within a group that does not mind if a chatty or crying baby joins the conversation. Strollers or front baby carriers only, please.
Active in the US and Middle East, the artists in the exhibition depict the conditions and people caught in the crossfire of wars in Iraq, Afghanistan, Syria, Lebanon, Libya, Palestine, and Israel from a variety of perspectives.
This exhibition presents five international artists who explore the complicated facets of the US-Mexico border, a zone where the political is intensely palpable. Their works meditate on the social and political phenomena in an era when migration and the reemergence of nationalism are key global issues.
Alfred Eisenstaedt was one of the luminaries of American photojournalism. The German-born Eisenstaedt learned his craft in Europe in the 1920s and 30s, pioneering the use of the small Leica 35mm camera to get closer to his subjects and create more candid pictures.
January 18 is sold-out! Join us for a yoga session! In this exciting new series, three classes will be offered in different locations throughout the estate. After the class we hope that you will explore the galleries and visit with friends in the yoga lounge. A cash bar will be available.
What happens when the Museum needs more “closet space?.” Join Ringling staff from Conservation, Curatorial, Registration, and Development to learn how we were able to fund and install new storage and then rehouse 160 paintings.
Look at the Ringling's collection of Dutch and French art through the eyes of New College art history students. Students will be stationed in Galleries 14 and 15 from 5:30-7:00pm sharing their perspectives and research on a selection of paintings from two very different cultures.
Mable Ringling was a snowbird and probably had a lot of frustrating gardening experiences while adapting to this sub-tropical climate. If you’re new to paradise, or just need gardening support, The Ringling landscape staff is here to save you from some of that frustration with helpful tips.
Savor local flavor during the SunCoast’s premier Food and Wine and Festival. Tickets must be purchased directly from The Sarasota-Manatee Originals. For more information on this event please visit www.eatlikealocal.com/forksandcorks