Calendar of Events

Programs take place in the museum unless otherwise specified. Click here for public tour registration.
Highlights Tours | Thursdays–Sundays, 12:30 & 2pm
Family Tour: Eyes on Art | Every Second Saturday, 12:15pm

Apr
5
Fri
Film | Occupied City (2023)
Apr 5 @ 2:00 pm – 6:00 pm
Film | Occupied City (2023)

Based on Bianca Stigter’s book Atlas of an Occupied City, Amsterdam 1940–1945, the film follows daily life under Nazi occupation and reveals the contrast between past atrocities and the bustling modern city. As stories of ordinary lives conclude in suicide or murder, Occupied City explores the realities faced by Amsterdam’s 140,000 Jews, highlighting the irony of the country’s wartime distinction for both resistance and persecution. Despite its length, this compelling cinematic experience maintains viewer interest and offers a timeless exploration of the impact of war. Free with museum admission.

Directed by Steve McQueen. UK, Netherlands, US. 4 hours 6 minutes with intermission. Rated PG-13.

Apr
7
Sun
Film | Occupied City (2023)
Apr 7 @ 2:00 pm – 6:00 pm
Film | Occupied City (2023)

Based on Bianca Stigter’s book Atlas of an Occupied City, Amsterdam 1940–1945, the film follows daily life under Nazi occupation and reveals the contrast between past atrocities and the bustling modern city. As stories of ordinary lives conclude in suicide or murder, Occupied City explores the realities faced by Amsterdam’s 140,000 Jews, highlighting the irony of the country’s wartime distinction for both resistance and persecution. Despite its length, this compelling cinematic experience maintains viewer interest and offers a timeless exploration of the impact of war. Free with museum admission.

Directed by Steve McQueen. UK, Netherlands, US. 4 hours 6 minutes with intermission. Rated PG-13.

Jun
21
Fri
Film | “The League” (2023)
Jun 21 @ 2:00 pm – 3:45 pm
Film | "The League" (2023)

Sam Pollard chronicles the inspiring journey of the Negro Leagues, America’s prominent Black-owned baseball enterprise. Through archival footage and interviews with legends like Hank Aaron, Pollard showcases players’ resilience amid systemic racism. From Moses “Fleetwood” Walker to Rube Foster, the film meticulously traces the rise and fall of the leagues, offering a comprehensive portrait of Black American baseball history. Free with museum admission.

Directed by Sam Pollard. US. 1 hour, 42 minutes. Rated PG.

Presented in conjunction with Yvonne Wells: Stitched Stories Spotlight Exhibition and the Art Bridges Cohort Program.