Art Matters Lecture with Matthew Welch, Deputy Director and Chief Curator, Minneapolis Institute of Art. With their crisp outlines, unmodulated colors, and surprising vantage points, Japanese woodblock prints (ukiyo-e) from the 18th and 19th centuries seem as fresh and captivating today as when they were produced. Sensuality, fashion, decadent entertainments and urban pastimes all reflect […]
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From Elizabeth Poett, the star of Magnolia Network’s popular show comes "Ranch to Table"—a stunningly beautiful cookbook celebrating a year on a ranch on the California coast, featuring simple yet festive recipes, inspiring menus, and fascinating culture and history. Elizabeth Poett was raised on Rancho San Julian, a 14,000-acre ranch on Santa Barbara’s Central Coast […]
Visitors of all ages are invited to participate in this hands-on drop-in workshop with SBMA Teaching Artists. Each month explore a different medium—clay, metal, ink, wood, photography, paper—inspired by works of art in the Museum’s collection or special exhibitions. In December, explore line, shape, and color by creating playful collage postcards inspired by the work […]
As part of programming for Inside/Outside (on view until February 18), an exhibition of recent contemporary acquisitions, Prof. Caroline Arruda will give a talk that combines philosophy with art to think about how artists show us what a life well lived might look like. Contemporary culture sees artists as being authentic because many pursue their […]