Upcoming Featured Events:

  • Mar 16
    Yoga and Meditation Instructor Janelle Berger

    Wellness Wednesday: Sound Bath

    Time:  1:00pm—2:00pm

    An immersive healing and restorative experience with Yoga/Meditation Instructor Janelle Berger and her Crystal Singing Bowls. 

  • Mar 24
    Artist Sharon Louden

    Artist Talk: Sharon Louden

    Time:  6:00pm—7:00pm

    Listen in as artist Sharon Louden discusses her work and signature, whimsical use of line.

    Loudon’s paintings, drawings, animations, sculpture and installations are often centered on lines or linear abstractions and their implied or actual movement. Her work, Yellow Tails (2004)—a sculpture of monofilament line, cage clips, and glue—is on view as part of The Friends at 50: Selections from the Collection exhibition at the Neuberger Museum of Art this spring.

    This event is part of the Daniel P. Paduano and Janet W. Prindle Lecture Series

  • Apr 7
    Judy Pfaff

    Artist Talk: Judy Pfaff

    Time:  6:00pm—7:00pm

    Listen in as artist Judy Pfaff discusses her work and how it is often, and perhaps best described, as painting in space.

    Though critics frequently cite Pfaff as a pioneer of installation art, her work spans across disciplines from painting to printmaking to sculpture to installation. Her mixed-media work, 1 1/2 Baths: Exposed Brick(1988) is on view as part of The Friends at 50: Selections from the Collection exhibition at the Neuberger Museum of Art this spring.

    This event is part of the Daniel P. Paduano and Janet W. Prindle Lecture Series.


  • Apr 13
       Sound Bath is an immersive healing and restorative experience using Crystal Singing bowls with...

    Wellness Wednesday: Sound Bath in Threnody

    Time:  1:00pm—2:00pm

    An immersive healing and restorative experience with Yoga/Meditation Instructor Janelle Berger and her Crystal Singing Bowls in the gallery with Cleve Gray’s Threnody.

  • Apr 28
    Kay WalkingStick

    Artist Talk: Kay WalkingStick

    Time:  6:00pm—7:00pm

    Listen in as artist Kay WalkingStick, the self-described Cherokee painter, discusses her work and focus on the American Landscape and its metaphorical significances not only to Native Americans but also to all of our citizenry. 

    The varied renderings of landscape in WalkingStick’s work is the thread that weaves together the many painterly directions her art has taken over the last 50 years. Her charcoal and gouache drawing on paper, L’Alpi e Le Gambi (1998), is on view as part of The Friends at 50: Selections from the Collection exhibition at the Neuberger Museum of Art this spring.

  • May 4
       Sound Bath is an immersive healing and restorative experience using Crystal Singing bowls with...

    Wellness Wednesday: Sound Bath in Threnody

    Time:  1:00pm—2:00pm

    An immersive healing and restorative experience with Yoga/Meditation Instructor Janelle Berger and her Crystal Singing Bowls in the gallery with Cleve Gray’s Threnody.