10 AM – 1 PM
Middle school students, along with their teachers, view award-winning documentaries that examine issues such as identity, culture, and tolerance. Each day of film screenings features post-film discussions and a pizza lunch.
11:15 AM – 5:30 PM
12 groundbreaking films, shown on a rotating schedule, demonstrate how Soviet filmmakers understood the power of the screen and the moving image as few others have done. Thursdays and Sundays feature full screenings of Sergei Eisenstein's seminal Battleship Potemkin, as well as works by Lev Kuleshov, Boris Barnet and Grigory Kozintsev.
12:15 – 1 PM
These 45-minute tours of the exhibition The Power of Pictures: Early Soviet Photography, Early Soviet Film are led by the Museum's docents and meet outside the second floor galleries.
2:15 – 3 PM
These 45-minute tours are led by the Museum’s docents and meet on Floor 4.
4 – 7 PM
Explore unusual and thought-provoking approaches to painting and photography, and discuss innovative ways of teaching with works of art in the Museum’s temporary exhibitions. Learn from two “unorthodox” educators. Advocate of Wordz, award-winning poet, director, and spoken word artist and Dr. Jenny Seham, performer, clinical psychologist, and paradigm shifter, offer ideas for dynamic engagement with the arts.
5 – 8 PM
Pay-What-You-Wish every Thursday with open galleries from 5 – 8 pm.
5:30 – 8 PM
Film screenings followed by discussions in the exhibition gallery.