The Historic Circus Museum at The John and Mable Ringling Museum of Art will be receiving a facelift this summer. Plans to update the galleries, reinstall exhibits and give the museum a new coat of paint will begin June 1 when the building closes with a reopening planned for fall, 2019.
The Ringling is thrilled to announce the fall 2019 schedule for the Art of Performance series. Elizabeth Doud, Currie-Kohlmann Curator of Performance Art, has created a slate of over a dozen internationally acclaimed artist companies that will electrify diverse audiences during multiple performances inside the walls of The Historic Asolo Theatre and beyond.
Whether you are a parent who stresses over keeping your children busy all summer or a child care provider searching for new, creative ideas to spur a child’s mental development, The John and Mable Ringling Museum of Art has some fabulous summer activities planned.
- The Ting Tsung and Wei Fong Chao Center for Asian Art at The John and Mable Ringling Museum of Art has announced a special engagement of Time Spy by Chinese artist Sun Xun. Time Spy (2016) is a mesmerizing 3D animated film, which is described as a fantastical and disquieting meditation on global history, environmental collapse, power, and the indifference of time to human concerns. Sun Xun’s Time Spy will be on view in the Pavilion Gallery August 11. 2019-February 16, 2020.