Collecting Recollections with Annie Solomon this week!

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Collecting Recollections
Annie Solomon

February 11 @ 10:30am

In 1946, Annie Solomon settled in Sarasota with her husband, artist Syd Solomon. At the suggestion of Alfred Barr, the first director of MoMA, Solomon’s work was the first by a contemporary artist to be exhibited and collected by the Ringling Museum. Other artists followed, and the Sarasota Artist Colony was born. Learn more.

ETHEL with guest, Robert Mirabal

February 20 – 22

In concert with Ethel, the pioneering string quartet, musician and storyteller Robert Mirabal will perform in the Historic Asolo Theater. Tickets are now available. Learn more.

Inside the Artist Mind of Fay Ku
February 13 @ 7:00pm
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. Free with Art after 5 Admission.  Learn more.


Breaking the Glass Ceiling
Feb. 15 @ 10:30am

Examine the long and distinguished history of glass and how artists have reframed that largely functional history. Presenter James Yood teaches at the School of the Art Institute of Chicago. Following James Yood, join us for a conversation with collectors Nancy and Philip Kotler and curator Matthew McLendon. Learn more.

The Bad Seed

Feb. 10 @ 7:00pm

This weeks Monday Night Movie stars Patsy McCormickin The Bad Seed. Small stars are featured on the big screen in the Historic Asolo Theater.  Learn More.

Gallery Walk &Talk
Picturing Japan
Feb 13 @ 6:00pm
Join us for this Gallery Walk & Talk to explore Picturing Japan. This event is Free with Art After 5 Admission. Learn more.

Feb. 27- March 2

Plan now to celebrate fine art and flowers with galleries full of artful arrangements.  Join us for a Flower Arranging Workshop, Walk & Talk or Bayfront Gardens tour.  Learn more about Ringling in Bloom events.

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