Upcoming Events

4/26
Thursday
2:00 pm
Open to Sustaining level members, please join us for a discussion in the Peggy L. Osher Art Study and Collection Committee Conference Room. Experience specially chosen works not currently on view and hear an intimate talk about what makes the works so compelling and unique. Space is limited to 20 guests.
4/27
Friday
12:00 pm
For
Discover the printmaking of George Grosz, Otto Dix, Kathe Kollwitz, and others as they engaged with the instabilities of German society following the First World War. Learn about the interplay between politics, printmaking, and historic literature—a relationship that remains resonant today.
4/27
Friday
1:00 pm

Luis Buñuel's 1967 masterpiece returns to the big screen in this fully restored edition. Catherine Deneuve stars as a young woman who spends her afternoons as a high-class prostitute at a bordello while her husband is at work.

4/27
Friday
4:00 pm
For
This conversation, featuring local scholars, examines how the art of the Weimar Republic in Germany animated provocative debates about cultural and individual values, which remain as pertinent today as they were a century ago.
4/27
Friday
6:00 pm

Luis Buñuel's 1967 masterpiece returns to the big screen in this fully restored edition. Catherine Deneuve stars as a young woman who spends her afternoons as a high-class prostitute at a bordello while her husband is at work.

4/28
Saturday
2:00 pm

Luis Buñuel's 1967 masterpiece returns to the big screen in this fully restored edition. Catherine Deneuve stars as a young woman who spends her afternoons as a high-class prostitute at a bordello while her husband is at work.

4/29
Sunday
2:00 pm

Luis Buñuel's 1967 masterpiece returns to the big screen in this fully restored edition. Catherine Deneuve stars as a young woman who spends her afternoons as a high-class prostitute at a bordello while her husband is at work.

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