Bea Roberts, textiles expert, collector, world traveler, and societal observer will speak on the disappearing traditions in cultures and the demise of the textiles that were emblematic of rites and customs.
Educators are invited to this once-a-year preview of Museum education programs and teacher resources. Join your colleagues for a special viewing of the Art of East Asia installation, and enjoy...Keep reading
Oct 24 2013
Mary Laurencin. Young Girl, 1930. Oil on canvas. Bequest of Mrs. Inez Grant Parker.
This ArtStop discusses Marie Laurencin and is led by Eleanor Garcia Mazzini, Coordinator of Educator and Student Programs. Laurencin’s work is currently on view in the Museum’s Modern and Contemporary Art...Keep reading
Now in its sixth year, Diwali is an annual community event celebrating the Indian festival of lights.
As part of this community celebration, the Museum will be offering Docent led tours of Temple, Palace, Mosque, and art-making activities, which will include paper-lantern making. The Museum will have extended...Keep reading
Create nature-inspired photomontages using light-sensitive paper to "photograph" organic materials. Capture an image of your own world and habitat during this workshop inspired by representations of nature in art.