The Museum will be closing at 2:00 pm today for a private event. Please visit us on First Sunday, October 3, for free admission.
Free First Sunday Drop-in Storytime and Craft Sunday, October 3, 12:00 pm and 2:00 pm for storytime. Crafts are available all day. Get into the spirit of October and hear the Slavic folktale of Baba Yaga, a supernatural being who disguises herself as an old woman, then enjoy crafts related to the folktale.
Virtual Curator’s Lecture with Clemena Antonova Sunday, October 24, 1:00-2:00pm EDT Members free, Nonmembers $5, the Zoom link will be sent out the morning of the program. Dr. Clemena Antonova, curator of the special exhibition Icons for our Time: Orthodox Art from Around the World, will examine the spread of Orthodox Christian art through the medium […]
2-Day St. George Icon Painting Workshop with Artist Marina Forbes Saturday, November 13 – Sunday, November 14, 12:00-4:00 pm M|$375, N|$400 plus $20 supply fee paid directly to the instructor Limited to 10 participants, registration is required by Friday, November 5 Today, iconographers in Russia use a variety of surfaces and materials to create icons. Artists […]
Workshop: Painted Christmas Angels Saturday, December 4, 1:00-2:30pm M|$20, N|$25 Registration is required by Monday, November 29. Limited to 15 participants, appropriate for ages 10+ Join museum docent Larissa Dyan for a fun and lighthearted afternoon of painting wooden Christmas angels. Start by hearing the story of the Angel Gabriel, and get a peek at Larissa’s […]
Member Holiday Open House December 4, 6:00-8:00pm Join us for holiday cheer at a Member Open House. We’ll have tours of current exhibitions, crafts for the youngsters and the young-at-heart, and live music, courtesy of pianist Matthew Roy. Due to the spike in COVID cases, we’ll skip the refreshments this year and masks will be de […]
Gallery Tour: Mary, the Winter Rose Saturday, December 11. The Tour will be given twice: 12:00 pm and 2:00 pm Free with admission Mary is often known as the rose without thorns, a nod to her immaculate conception, and during the Middle Ages, the rose became symbolic for the Mother of God. Join registrar Laura Garrity-Arquitt […]