A selection of watercolors drawn from The Ringling’s permanent collections, illustrating various ways artists have used the medium. The exhibition will feature works by Edward Hopper, Charles Burchfield, and Childe Hassam, among others.
Join us on the third Thursday of each month for a special day designed just for homeschool families. Facilitated stations designed to engage different age levels will be set up throughout the Museum of Art. Families are free to move through these stations at their own pace to enjoy and learn together as a family.
Descubre obras maestras del Museo de Arte a través de esta visita guiada en español. | Discover highlights of the Museum of Art’s collection on this special guided tour in Spanish.
Join Ola Wlusek, Keith D. and Linda L. Monda Curator of Modern and Contemporary Art, as she discusses a selection of intriguing objects from the Museum of Art collection.
The Ringling is organizing a solo exhibition presenting recent video projects by internationally-acclaimed writer and interdisciplinary artist Coco Fusco. This show, Twilight, presents works exploring the current political and social climate in Cuba as the Revolution enters its twilight years.
Let the drums roll as The Ringling reveals its new season of performance. Explore the art of percussion and dance to the beat of your own drum in the Ringling Museum of Art Courtyard with a dynamic performance by The Kraken Quartet and a jam session with Eight Blackbird's distinguished percussionist Matthew Duvall.
This program will highlight some of the finest illustrated natural history books of the late Renaissance to the early Victorian era. It will examine the role these books have played in making natural history accessible to the public, and in sharing the results of scientific research with the scholarly community.
The Science Behind the making of The Nature of Forgetting: Taking The Nature of Forgetting as a starting point, members of the Theater Re company will highlight how the neurobiology of memory has shaped the making of the work. Recommended for college students studying biology, pre-medicine and psychology.
In the wake of the Second World War, woodblock prints emerged as a channel of diplomacy and friendship between Japan and the U.S. Japan’s print artists found new patrons among members of the Allied occupation and they traveled abroad to teach, study, and introduce their work to audiences all over the world.
The Ringling and all of it's venues are closed today. Happy Thanksgiving!