An extensive program of exhibition events provides an opportunity to explore deeper meaning and broader context related to the art on view. All events are free and open to the public.
March 23 l March 29 l April 6 l April 13 l May 4 l May 11 l May 25
During the run of the current exhibition - March through June - a series of peripatetic conversations take place in the gallery for A World of Emotions: Ancient Greece, 700 BC - 200 AD. Join us to discuss intersections of art, literature, and philosophy in light of the art on view. An eclectic group of guests—from poets and writers to actors and art critics to classicists and scientists—wander through the exhibition and engage in insightful conversations inspired by the artifacts.
Guided tours, which take place Monday, Wednesday, and Friday afternoons at 1 PM, enrich the experience of viewing the exhibition. Tours are led by scholars. All tours are free and no reservation is required.
Open students' eyes and hearts to A World of Emotions through guided exhibition school tours for grades 3 - 12. School tours are free and available by reservation - email@example.com.
Grades 3-8: Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday: 10 am–12 pm
Grades 9-12: Monday through Friday: 10 am–12 pm