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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.
[LEARN] "Three Women, One Story," with writer and editor Kate Nelson
[FAMILY] A virtual two-hour festival filled with lively performances
[TEACHER] Dive into the exhibition Spirit Lines: Helen Hardin Etching
[ART HISTORY] Scholder influenced countless Native American artists
[CREATE] Botanical illustrations with the help of a certified botanist
[KIDS] Virtual or hands-on programming every week
New articles by curators, arts writers, and cultural experts posted weekly-ish.
"Indigenous Identity: Wendy Red Star..." by Jayme Yahr, Ph.D.
"Five Questions for Indie Filmmaker Adam Dillon," by Crocker Staff
"The Edge of Elegance: Porcelains by Elsa Rady," by Cristina Urrutia, M.A.
"Spirit Lines: Helen Hardin Etchings," by Scott A. Shields, Ph.D.
"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.
Equity in Museums: Native American Representation
Curator Talk: Dutch Romantic and Hague School Paintings
Slow Looking: Thomas Hill’s Great Canyon of the Sierra, Yosemite
Equity in Museums: DEAI Initiatives
Hey John Oliver! We Want Your "Modern Masterpieces
Curator Talk: Wayne Thiebaud 100, Paintings, Prints, and Drawings