Calendar of Events
Spend 20 minutes exploring The Rescue (1963) by Rosalyn Drexler in depth with a docent.
Free with museum admission, meet by the Museum Shop.
Adult Watercolor Class: Interpretations in Gouache
Part 1: July 13
Part 2: July 20
Learn how to paint with gouache. Take advantage of its versatility by studying and interpreting works of art throughout the museum. This two-part course taught by UCONN professor of art Kathryn Myers is open to adults of all levels of artistic ability.
Tickets are $50/$40 for members; does not include supplies. Space is limited; call (860) 838-4046 to register.
Part of the Morality Clause series, where the protagonists in the chosen films face challenges and life-altering decisions, forcing them to follow their own moral compass.
Hedi, a young man with great dreams, is grappling with the social and familial conventions in Tunisia. While his mother tries to decide his life for him, Hedi yearns to discover the world beyond rigid constraints. 2016. Tunisia. 88 min. Not Rated. Subtitles. Directed by Mohamed Ben Attia.
$9 Regular Admission
$8 Seniors (62+) and Students with ID
Free for Insider Access Members (and above)
Tickets are available for purchase at the door.
Thursday, July 20 at 7pm
Saturday, July 22 at 7pm
Sunday, July 23 at 2pm
Gallery Talk: Pop Art and Power Dynamics
Tackle tough questions about appropriation, ownership, and power with Lauren Cross, Youth and Community Programs Manager. Featuring works from the Wadsworth Atheneum’s contemporary art collection and the special exhibition Hand-Painted Pop! Art and Appropriation, 1961 to Now.
Free with museum admission; meet by the Museum Shop.