Events Calendar: March

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Yoga in the Galleries

Landscape Architecture Lecture + Panel Discussion
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Film Screening
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Film Screening
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Home School Program

Discussion Bound
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Opening Reception + Gallery Talk
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Tot Time
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Yoga in the Galleries

Pianoforte: Homages to Mozart
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Lunchtime Art Break
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Lunchtime Art Break

Opening Reception + Gallery Talk
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Lunchtime Art Break

Go Figure: Faces and Forms Carolyn Grosch, Curatorial Assistant The Museum presents Lunchtime Art Breaks, a series of gallery talks and presentations designed to inform and engage you in dialogue with members of our curatorial and education departments, docents and special guests.

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Opening Reception + Gallery Talk

Gallery Talk with Jason Andrew + Opening Reception for Jack Tworkov: Beyond Black Mountain, Selected Works From 1952–1982 Please join us for a special gallery talk with Jason Andrew. Andrew is the Manager and Curator of the Estate of Jack Tworkov and has organized many exhibitions of the artist’s work, including the 2009 retrospective Jack Tworkov: Against Extremes, Five Decades of Painting. […]

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Yoga in the Galleries

10:30 – 11:30 a.m. $8 members, $12 non-members Please join us for yoga classes in the Museum’s galleries! We will practice relaxation yoga, inspired by the surrounding art. Please bring your own mat, yoga props (if you have them) and wear comfortable clothing. An Experienced Registered Yoga Teacher (E-RYT 500), Elle Jai Taylor has an […]

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Workshop: Drawing Faces

Drawing Faces with Pamela Lanza APRIL 10 — Friday, 10:00 a.m. – 1:00 p.m. East Wing | Studio Classroom $60 for members, $70 for non-members This workshop will teach simple and reliable steps for mapping facial features with proper placement and proportion. Participants will study the features individually, then practice steps for drawing faces in frontal and three-quarter view. […]

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Lunchtime Art Break

John Heliker: The Order of Things — 60 Years of Paintings and Drawings Cole Hendrix, Assistant Curator The Museum presents Lunchtime Art Breaks, a series of gallery talks and presentations designed to inform and engage you in dialogue with members of our curatorial and education departments, docents and special guests.

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Workshop: Collage

NEW SATURDAY WORKSHOP Collage with Pamela Lanza APRIL 11 — Saturday, 10:00 a.m. – 1:00 p.m. East Wing | Studio Classroom $75 for members, $85 for non-members From Dada to Abstract Expressionism and beyond, collage has been a favorite tool of artists in all media. It is art for those who can’t draw a line, as well as […]

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Film Screening

John Heliker: The Inner Compass Based on a series of interviews recorded with the artist in New York and Maine, this film explores John Heliker’s life and work, and includes reminiscences with contemporaries Lou Harrison and William Maxwell. A contemporary individualist who was never associated with any particular school, Heliker has been guided by what critic Jed Perl has called an “inner […]

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Film Screening

John Heliker: The Inner Compass Based on a series of interviews recorded with the artist in New York and Maine, this film explores John Heliker’s life and work, and includes reminiscences with contemporaries Lou Harrison and William Maxwell. A contemporary individualist who was never associated with any particular school, Heliker has been guided by what critic Jed Perl has called an “inner […]

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Home School Program

$4 per student For Students in Grades 1–4. Join us for a monthly home-school program on the second Tuesday of each month. Each 1.5 hour program includes a guided tour of the Museum’s Permanent Collection or special exhibition and a hands-on activity. Please contact Sharon McRorie at 828.253.3227 with any questions.

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Discussion Bound

Join our monthly book discussion where we read and discuss books that relate to artwork in our galleries. Moderated by a member of the Museum’s staff or a volunteer, we exchange ideas and learn about books, art and each other. Bring your copy of the book. This month’s book is The Extreme of the Middle: Writings of […]

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