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Easter Folk Concert with Grunya Ensemble

Members $20, Nonmembers $30. 90-minute performance. Register below. Join the Museum and Grunya for a special Easter concert featuring religious songs, Easter greetings songs (волочебные), St. George’s Day songs (егорьевская), and spring ritual songs (веснянки). Grunya will bring shepherd’s horns and string instruments and will also perform comic songs with puppets designed by Ksenya Litvak. The [...]

$20 – $30

Virtual Lecture: Exciting Discoveries in Art History

Who doesn’t love learning about a priceless painting found in an attic? Or a sculpture sitting for decades in a public garden, only to be found out as a Renaissance treasurer?  After finding herself in the middle of an art history discovery when she uncovered the provenance of a Rodin sculpture in New Jersey town hall, [...]


Free Community Day

Enjoy free admission on Friday, April 21. It's a great chance to view our first bilingual special exhibition, Icons & Retablos: Images of Devotion. Papel picado and other drop-in crafts will be available for children (and children at heart). The Music of Mexico with Fiesta del Norte program will take place at 2:00 pm. Register today [...]


Virtual Contemporary Literature Book Group

Free. New members always welcome. This month's book is The Orphanage: A Novel by Serhiy Zhadan. If every war needs its master chronicler, Ukraine has Serhiy Zhadan, one of Europe’s most promising novelists. Recalling the brutal landscape of The Road and the wartime storytelling of A Farewell to Arms, The Orphanage is a searing novel that excavates the human collateral damage [...]

Giselle Exhibition Presentation

Join curator and collector Yana Veselova for a presentation on her new exhibition Giselle. 11:30 in Russian 12:30 in English   Giselle: A Dance of Love and Betrayal On view March 16 – May 28, 2023 in the Auditorium The ballet Giselle is considered a masterwork, it was first performed by the Ballet du Théâtre de l’Académie Royale [...]


Free First Sunday Piano Concert with Ekaterina Willewald

90 minutes with 10-minute intermission Seating limited to 70, first-come, first-served, light refreshments will be served before and after the performance Pianist Ekaterina Willewald presents her program “Ballet Russes” to accompany the exhibition, Giselle. Suites by Tchaikovsky, Borodin, and Prokofiev will be included. Before each piece, Ekaterina will briefly explain the historical context in which these [...]


First Annual Kent dur Russell Lecture with Dr. Christine Sciacca

Please note this event is by invitation only. A recording of the lecture will be made available at a later date. Ethiopia: The Art of Cross-Cultural Exchange with Dr. Christine Sciacca, Curator of European Art, 300-1400 CE The rich history of Ethiopian art has been explored in a handful of exhibitions over the past three decades; [...]