In July, one of the museum’s education programs took on a new time slot and a new name. The program formerly known as “Art After Hours,” which had been held on Fridays at 6 p.m., moved to the third Tuesday of each month at 12:30 p.m., following Tuesday Noon Concerts. The program, which is held in the Dee Dee and Jon Stuart Classroom is now called “Art After Noon.” Participants are invited to bring a sack lunch to eat in the classroom. Drinks and dessert are provided. The 30-minute discussions are an opportunity for our audience to become better acquainted with the art in the museum’s permanent collection.
To plan the spring schedule of Art After Noon, the museum is asking our audience to tell us which works of art you are most curious about. Please take a moment to cast your votes for the six landscape paintings you would like to learn more about by taking our survey by Friday, November 1. The top choices will be subjects of the spring Art After Noon discussions.
Thanks for your input and participation!