Museum Calendar
Find out all about upcoming events on our event calendar.
SLAM Underground: Renaissance
Join us for the latest installment of SLAM Underground as we celebrate the opening of Learning to See with Renaissance-inspired activities, music, and cocktails.
Family Sunday: Spring Fever
Say goodbye to winter with Family Sundays in March. We’ll welcome spring and warmer weather with fun activities inspired by modern and contemporary art.
Artist Talk: Shimon Attie
2016-2017 Freund Fellow Shimon Attie will give a talk in conjunction with the opening of Currents 113: Lost in Space (After Huck).
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A Quintessentially Female Profession
Madame Virot and Caroline Reboux, two of the most renowned milliners of the late 19th century, helped shape the Paris millinery trade that fascinated Edgar Degas.
The Art of All Arts
Hermon A. MacNeil’s stone relief panels, found at the north entrance to Sculpture Hall, have origins dating back to the same location, circa the 1904 World’s Fair.
The Infinite Space of Alice Rahon's Sandstorm
An influential figure in the post-WWII Surrealism movement in Mexico, much of Alice Rahon’s work was inspired by pre-historic paintings and petroglyphs.