With Hurricane Irma still fresh on our minds, and another hurricane season around the corner, this is the time to take stock of your landscape and garden... Learn how to be proactive in preparing for and hopefully minimizing the damage these summer storms bring to Florida.
Two of the most charming features of the original Museum of Art are the stone parapet sculptures and the iron loggia lanterns. Constant exposure to the elements had taken a toll on these iconic features. Learn how art and science come together to save them with Chief Conservator Barbara Ramsay.
Founded in 1968 by Irvin Feld, the Ringling Bros. and Barnum & Bailey Circus College, produced over 1500 graduates, many of whom went on to become professional merry makers. Learn about life in this remarkable and influential institution from three distinguished graduates.
Chinese artist and activist, Ai Weiwei, creates works that are monumental, delicate, beautiful or spectacular, and are always provocative. Each of his projects is a call to be informed, critical, and thoughtful global citizens.
What makes a clown, how did the clown get into the circus, and how does one become a clown? What role did Clown College play in producing American circus clowns and since the closing of Ringling Bros., what is the future of the circus clown?
Join us for a special ROAR series designed for older children, ages 5 to 7! In this special series, we will visit a museum venue and read a story in the museum followed by an art activity.
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