Explore your creativity through the written word in our informal writing sessions led by staff from Lighthouse Writers Workshop. More
Join artist Anna Kaye in our fun and informal creative art sessions. Bring a drawing or sketching project of your own or get started on something new. More
The reproduction of fleeting natural impressions played a central role in the art of Claude Monet (1840-1926).
Like no other Impressionist, he explored the topography and the specific lighting moods of different locations, from the metropolis of Paris to the remote Seine villages of Vétheuil and Giverny.
This lecture by Marianne Mathieu will explore the evolution of Monet's art from the 1850s to the 1920s with a focus on the places - both at home and on the road - from which he drew inspiration for his painting.
Doors open at 5:45 pm. More
Anthony McCall’s signature materials of light and time explore the boundary between film and sculpture. Beginning in 1973, McCall developed the experiential "Solid Light" series. A beam of projected light slowly evolves in the same space as the viewer.
His experimental films that incorporate installation, drawing, performance, and sculpture have been featured at museums throughout the US and Europe, with a solo exhibition closing in November at the Albright-Knox Art Gallery, Buffalo, New York.
London-born McCall lives and works in New York.
Doors open at 5:30 pm. More
Many Impressionist paintings of modern life include household pets. They not only add charm to many pictures, their growing presence as family members alludes to middle-class leisure and prosperity.
It is not unusual to discover that these often unnoticed domestic denizens complement representations of their owners, alluding to their lives in various ways.
In some special cases, the devotion of certain artists to their pets reveals aspects of their aims and artistic identity, as well. More
Join Kadampa Meditation Center Colorado for a free talk and relaxing guided meditation. More
In anticipation of Natural Forces: Winslow Homer and Frederic Remington (opening March 15, 2020), the Petrie Institute's annual symposium will consider the unlikely pairing of Winslow Homer, known for his depictions of rocky Eastern coastlines, and Frederic Remington, famous for his vision of the American West. More
Note: This presentation has been rescheduled to March 4 from the original date. Tickets will be available at a later date.
Often dubbed “the surrealist sculptor par excellence,” Cuban artist Agustín Cárdenas (1927-2001) participated in the surrealist group’s activities, most notably their international exhibitions, both in Paris and abroad during the postwar period. More
Slow down and spend time with one work of art each month. In December, cast a lingering look at The Radcliffe Family. More
Slow down and spend time with one work of art each month. In November, revel in the tiny parts and impressive whole of El Anatsui’s Rain Has No Father? More