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Posts tagged as “Visual Arts”

Refine your skills in Polk Museum of Art Virtual Classroom

Whether you’re a beginner or a long-time artist, we base our course offerings on the underlying belief that individuals want to be life-long learners. See something you think you’d enjoy? To find more information about a class, click on the photo! Class Registration Deadline: July 5, 2020 Virtual classrooms allow students to learn from…

Museum from Home

Talks, Tours, and Lectures Visit our website to find online resources and to watch and listen to talks and lectures from our previous exhibitions! Explore Talks, Tours, and Lectures MUSEings: The Polk Museum of Art Blog Coloring pages, cookies, and activities, oh my! Check out MUSEings for some amazing online…

Art (Un)boxed Summer 2020

Designed by Polk Museum educators, Art (Un)Boxed is a self-paced art program with a set of art kits based on the popular art classes for children and families normally held at the Museum during Summer and Spring breaks. Available by subscription or offered à la carte, Art (Un)Boxed kits include easy-to-follow instructions, prompts that…

SUSPENDED: After Hours at the Museum

We’re staying up late. The Polk Museum of Art is open until 8 p.m. the first Thursday of the following months: Sep-Nov, Feb-Apr, and hosts a Curator Tour at 6 p.m. on those evening. Join Dr. H. Alexander Rich, Executive Director and Chief Curator, for an in-depth tour of the Museum…

Postponed: Creative Youth

On exhibit March 28 – April 26, 2020 in the George W. Jenkins Student Gallery, Reception/Award Ceremony: Saturday, April 18 at 11 am This annual exhibition is a juried competition for 15th Congressional District high school art students. The winning Congressional Award from this competition, chosen by 15th Congressional District Representative, travels…