Ringling Reflections programs are designed specifically for people with memory loss and their care partners. These are relaxed, conversation-based gallery tours in the Museum of Art.
On view August 11, 2019 - February 16, 2020 | Time Spy is a mesmerizing animated film by Chinese artist Sun Xun. A superb painter and draughtsman, Sun Xun incorporates traditional techniques including ink painting, charcoal drawing, and woodblock printing into his films.
What happens when you take your favorite Florida Studio Theatre Improv games and play them at The Ringling Museum? A whole new kind of gallery tour. Break away from the traditional museum experience! MuseumProv makes the museum visit come to life with the hilarious comedy of Florida Studio Theatre’s Imrov cast.
Join our curators for an informal discussion of their field, including an explanation of their day-to-day tasks, highlights of their favorite parts of the job, how they collaborate with other departments, and what they wish museum visitors knew about the work that they do.
Join DJ Rekha for a special New York City dance experience right here in the Museum of Art Courtyard as she fuses the Indian genre of bhangra music with international hip-hop and drum beats.
Join Assistant Director of Academic Affairs Dr. David Berry to hear how museum spaces are designed and built.
Educators are invited to join The Ringling and other arts organizations for an educator’s open house! Learn about free opportunities for students and teachers including field trips, bus scholarships and teacher workshops.
Join us for a special performance through the Museum of Art galleries led by New College Dance Students, who will guide audience members on a tour of the galleries featuring choreography from the collaborative Ringling College of Art and Design film RHINO.
Learn about Indian Classical Dance and the preservation of the Odissi dance tradition with the Nrityagram Dancers. The Nrityagram Dance Ensemble is a mix of inspiration and ideas, a coming together of creative minds, which push themselves to the absolute limits of their abilities.
Join Elisa Hansen, Head of Library Services, in a conversation about the fifteenth-century origin of the typographic tradition and the 1913 facsimile of the Gutenberg Bible gifted to John Ringling.