Practicing Tai Chi & Qi Gong improves balance, emotion, energy levels, muscle strength, joint flexibility, organ system, immune system, promotes healing, and delays the aging process. Tai Chi and Qi Gong are great exercises for stress reduction.
Enjoy a yoga session at The Ringling. Morning and evening sessions available.
Dancer/choreographer Rhodnie Désir explores the dances and rhythms that enslaved people produced, understanding these dances as a means of surviving enslavement, evading cultural genocide, and cultivating strategies that would lead to liberty and emancipation.
Ringling by the Bay will return this year with events scheduled November through May. We hope that you will join us on the Bolger Campiello for these fun-filled evenings with live music and dancing. Food and beverage will be available for purchase on the bayfront.
Join us for a conversation with Mimbre about their latest work "Lifted" which is a collection of funny, poetic and surprising moments, which explore in different ways what it means when one body is carried by another.
In 2020, The Ringling has received a significant gift of art from Murray Bring and Kay Delaney Bring, in support of the modern and contemporary collection. This fall, the museum unveils an exhibition of selections from this gift in dialogue with rarely seen works from the collection.
The Ringling and all of its venues are closed today. Happy Thanksgiving!
BOW'T TRAIL Retrospek is a full evening dance work that culminates a multi-year choreographic-documentary journey throughout the Americas. This prolific artist’s work can be seen in performances at the Historic Asolo Theater, and in the Monda Gallery in her exhibition entitled Conversations.
This Latin GRAMMY-winning, New York-based ensemble is one of the finest all-female mariachi groups on the planet. The group began as a trio named for the delirium-inducing Mexican flower used as a love potion for generations.
The Ringling and all of its venues are closed today. Happy Holidays!