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VIRTUAL PROGRAMS & MORE
Join us every week for live programs like Homeschool Art Connection, Virtual Art Rx, Artists You Should Know, and more. Visit our calendar page for a full list of upcoming programs and events.
[READ] Set against the backdrop of New York City's Gilded Age, Clara and Mr. Tiffany is the story of the "ultra-rich and desperate poor; its entitled men and its disenfranchised women"
Learn how to emulate the glorious, robust hues and organic shapes of Louis Comfort Tiffany’s decorative artworks
[CREATE] People living with chronic pain, and their family, friends, and caregivers are invited to explore the wonders of art and the creative mind online.
[CONNECT] Alison Saar discuses her seminal work, Hades D.W.P. II
[PAINT] Ever wonder why Mark Twain coined the late 1800s as the "Gilded Age"? This class will dive into the whos, whats, and whys of the Gilded Age from an art and design perspective.
[FAMILY] Virtual, gallery experiences for kids and adults of all ages
New articles by curators, arts writers, and cultural experts posted weekly-ish.
"Not That Tiffany" by Jayme Yahr, Ph.D.
"Crocker Art Museum's Teacher2Teacher Program Provides Big Opportunities for Teachers"
"Louis Comfort Tiffany in Conversation," by Jayme Yahr, Ph.D.
"The Big Day of Giving is (Almost) Here," by Crocker Staff
"Country, City, and Sea," by William Breazeale, Ph.D.
"Film Series: The (un) Expected City," by Crocker Staff
EXHIBITIONS AND MORE
Our most recent videos, livestreams, and online exhibitions — plus some fan-favorites.