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To Boldly Go Where No Artist Has Gone Before: NASA’s Art Program and Visionary Space Artists – VIRTUAL

In the 1950s, Forward-thinking aerospace engineers not only were thinking about space flight but also working on the first practical and serious plan for what would become the Space Age. To help sell their vision, they sought out artists to turn ideas into visual form that the American public could see and understand

On the Waterfront – VIRTUAL

Join Megan Pyle, touring docent, for an interactive conversation about three artworks in our Collection.

Myron G. Barlow, Woman Arranging Flowers, circa 1915, oil on canvas, 39 × 31 inches. Gift of Mrs. Charles M. Butler, 1997.02.01.21.

Interiors – VIRTUAL

Today’s program for adults with memory loss and their care partners is led by Doris Potash, master docent.

New Museum – VIRTUAL

Until it’s safe to travel together for our popular Art Travels day, overnight, national, and international trips, we’re thrilled to continue virtual trips for armchair travelers each first Thursday evening! This month, we travel to the New Museum in New York, NY.

Beauford Delaney’s Portraits – VIRTUAL

Join Susan Oliver, touring docent, for an interactive conversation about three artworks in our special exhibition Beauford Delaney’s Metamorphosis into Freedom.

In the Shadow of the Moon: America, Russia, and the Hidden History of the Space Race by Amy Cherrix – VIRTUAL

From local author Amy Cherrix, In the Shadow of the Moon is the extraordinary, often hidden story of the space race, that takes you behind the scenes into the bitter rivalry that launched humankind to the moon.

Our Strength Is Our People – VIRTUAL

Join Hank Bovee, touring docent, for an interactive conversation about four artworks in our special exhibition Our Strength Is Our People: The Humanist Photographs of Lewis Hine.

The Pragmatic Vision: Jane Addams, Lewis Hine, John Dewey, and the Art and Politics of Experience – VIRTUAL

Ken Betsalel discusses the pragmatic vision of social reformers, documentary photographers, and thinkers whose ideas and ways of seeing have come to shape the way we think about society and the role of government in addressing social problems.

Folk Art Stories – VIRTUAL

Join Megan Pyle, touring docent, for an interactive conversation about three artworks in our special exhibition Huffman Gifts of Contemporary Southern Folk Art.

Our Strength Is Our People – VIRTUAL

Today’s program for adults with memory loss and their care partners is led by Hank Bovee, touring docent.

Creating Home – VIRTUAL

Join Barbara Pressman, touring docent, for an interactive conversation about four artworks in our special exhibition Old World/New Soil: Foreign-Born American Artists from the Asheville Art Museum Collection.

Missoula Art Museum – VIRTUAL

Until it’s safe to travel together for our popular Art Travels day, overnight, national, and international trips, we’re thrilled to continue virtual trips for armchair travelers each first Thursday evening! This month, we travel to the Missoula Art Museum in Missoula, MT.

Cultivating Digital Photography Skills: Composition – VIRTUAL

In this four-part virtual class, explore composition and color using digital photography!

Childhood – VIRTUAL

Today’s program for adults with memory loss and their care partners is led by Doris Potash, master docent.