Gallery Programs

Upcoming Programs


3 in 30: Metamorphosis - IN PERSON

Tue, Jun 7, 11–11:30 am | Meet at Visitor Services 

Inspired by the special exhibition, Tsherin Sherpa: Spirits, join Education Programs Manager, and exhibition educator, Lulan Yu for a talk that explores themes of loss, struggle, empowerment and reflection through works of art in the museum’s permanent collection.

Free, no tickets required.

 

 


3 in 30: Metamorphosis - VIRTUAL

Thu, Jun 9, 11–11:30 am | Virtual

Inspired by the special exhibition, Tsherin Sherpa: Spirits, join Education Programs Manager, and exhibition educator, Lulan Yu for a virtual talk that explores themes of loss, struggle, empowerment and reflection through works of art in the museum’s permanent collection.

Free, registration via Zoom required.

 

 


Wish Fulfilling Tree Meditation Session

Fri, Jun 17, 11am–noonTsherin Sherpa: Spirits Exhibition, Evans Court Gallery

Join Ashley Williams, Yoga Therapist, Mindfulness Educator and Founder of BareSOUL Yoga, for a mindful movement and meditative contemplation of the centerpiece work in the Tsherin Sherpa: Spirits exhibition, the Wish Fulfilling Tree. This experience invites participants into individual exploration of the sacred and secular practice within their body, mind, and the work.

Free with exhibition entry. Limited capacity, advance reservations recommended.


3 in 30 PLUS: Train Like an Artist - IN PERSON

Tue, Jul 3, 11 am–noon | Meet at Visitor Services 

Step into the shoes of a late 19th- and early 20th-century painter studying ancient sculpture, the "Old masters" and history painting. Led by Celeste Fetta, Director of Education, in conversation with artist and Studio School instructor Amy Smith experience the process by which American expatriates learned their craft in Paris at the École des Beaux-Arts through drawing activities and critique. Drawing is encouraged but not required; all supplies will be provided. 

Free, no tickets required.


3 in 30 PLUS: Train Like an Artist - VIRTUAL

Thu, Jul 5, 11 am–noon | Virtual

Step into the shoes of a late 19th- and early 20th-century painter studying ancient sculpture, the "Old masters" and history painting. Led by Celeste Fetta, Director of Education, in conversation with artist and Studio School instructor Amy Smith experience the process by which American expatriates learned their craft in Paris at the École des Beaux-Arts through drawing activities and critique.

Free, registration via zoom required.


3 in 30: Wrathful Himalayan Deities - IN PERSON

Tue, Aug 2, 11–11:30 am | Meet at Visitor Services 

Explore the permanent collection of Himalayan art with Dr. John Henry Rice, E. Rhodes and Leona B. Carpenter Curator of South Asian and Islamic Art, to discover some of Tibetan Buddhism's most intense and powerful deities. This program is inspired by the special exhibition Tsherin Sherpa: Spirits, in which the Nepalese-born Tibetan American contemporary artist imagines Himalayan deities transformed and transported to modern settings. 

Free, no tickets required.


3 in 30: Wrathful Himalayan Deities - VIRTUAL

Thu, Aug 4, 11–11:30 am | Virtual

Explore the permanent collection of Himalayan art with Dr. John Henry Rice, E. Rhodes and Leona B. Carpenter Curator of South Asian and Islamic Art, to discover some of Tibetan Buddhism's most intense and powerful deities. This program is inspired by the special exhibition Tsherin Sherpa: Spirits, in which the Nepalese-born Tibetan American contemporary artist imagines Himalayan deities transformed and transported to modern settings. 

Free, registration via zoom required.


Wish Fulfilling Tree Meditation Session

Fri, Aug 19, 6–7 pm | Tsherin Sherpa: Spirits Exhibition, Evans Court Gallery

Join Korantema Pierce Williams, Mindfulness Educator and MBSR Consultant, for a mindful movement and meditative contemplation of the Wish Fulfilling Tree. This experience invites participants into individual exploration of the sacred and secular practice within their body, mind, and the work.

Free with exhibition entry. Limited capacity, advance reservations recommended.