Walk the red carpet and go behind-the-scenes through this exhibition that explores the interconnected roles of the makers, the models, and the media whose cumulative creativity makes the fashion icons celebrated in popular culture.
Betsy Wiesman, Curator of Dutch and Flemish Painting at the National Gallery in London reveals the secret stories behind paintings by such artists as Botticelli, Raphael, Durer, Holbein and Rembrandt.
ROAR! is The Ringling Art Library’s family program, designed to engage children ages 4-7 in activities that connect art with early literacy.
Join Curators Matthew McLendon and Dwight Currie for these in depth explorations of the art and artists you will encounter in the galleries and onstage during the NOWHERE experience.
In this joint presentation, artist William Woodward will discuss the techniques used to create The Greatest Show On Earth mural and Peggy Williams, Education Outreach Manager, Feld Entertainment, will introduce you to the performers painted in this colossal creation.
The Ringling offers Saturday for Educators throughout the school year. Educators may attend this program to learn about the Ringling's permanent collection and special exhibitions, network with other educators, and refresh their creative spirit.
Using her expertise, Deborah Serbousek, Admissions Manager, The Ringling, has used receipts, photos and a few articles of clothing to enrich our understanding of Mrs. Ringling through her fashion sense.
The Literati discusses The Scent of Scandal by Craig Pittman. Designed to intrigue, inspire and educate, the Literati Book Club at The Ringling Library celebrates art’s many contributions to the literary world.
In 1946, Annie Solomon settled in Sarasota with her husband, artist Syd Solomon. Explore Sarasota’s cultural history through a series of Informative one-hour interviews recorded for The Ringling Archives at the Historic Asolo Theater.
Artist of the Hermitage, Fay Ku’s works on paper are narrative, figurative and psychological. She describes her mind as associative where current events recall historical or mythical ones, and relate to ideas in language, science, and stories.