Enjoy live music, and art in the Museum of Art Courtyard. This event features an eclectic mix of local and regional live music. Check out up-and-coming artists displaying their work in the Museum of Art Courtyard. Select galleries will be open until 11:00pm.
Art Making takes place in the Visitor's Pavilion, where our Children's Welcome Center is transformed into an art studio for the evening. We will be exploring different materials that artists use to create art. We provide the materials, you provide the vision. All ages are encouraged to participate!
A hybrid of sci-fi and film noir, with elements of time travel and telepathy, Spectropia is an original mix of film, performance, and video game that uses the metaphor of supernatural possession to investigate identity and the shifting sands of a debt based culture.
At sunset, a sophisticated system of LED lights is employed to change the color of the space. As you gaze up at the sky through the 24 foot square aperture in the ceiling, you are invited to contemplate light, perception, and experience. Joseph's Coat is a unique experience.
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.
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.
Long before the #metoo movement, many women throughout history were victims of harassment or injustice. Some successfully spoke up against the perpetrators, while others were silenced. Join us in the galleries as we make time to hear their stories.
Conversation with the Artist Hank Willis Thomas Hank Willis Thomas explores themes focused on identity, history, and popular culture. His work has been widely exhibited including here at The Ringling in 2011, Beyond Bling: Voices of Hip Hop in Art.
In partnership with CVAST, The Ringling has completed the complete scanning of the inside and outside of the Ca' d'Zan. These scans have provided us with a number of tools to better care for and share our collection with a broader audience.
In this Conversation, Ron McCarty, Keeper of Ca d’Zan, will discuss Pogany’s work in Ca d’Zan, and Elisa Hansen, Head of Library Services, will present examples of illustrations by the artist from books in The Ringling’s Art Library Special Collection.