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

May
4
Thu
Highlights Tour
May 4 @ 12:30 pm – 1:30 pm
Highlights Tour

A docent guided tour of collection highlights. Availability is limited to 15 participants and advance registration is recommended. A face mask/covering is encouraged. Same-day admission is included in the price of your tour ticket.

Highlights Tour
May 4 @ 2:00 pm – 3:00 pm
Highlights Tour

A docent guided tour of collection highlights. Availability is limited to 15 participants and advance registration is recommended. A face mask/covering is encouraged. Same-day admission is included in the price of your tour ticket.

May
5
Fri
Highlights Tour
May 5 @ 12:30 pm – 1:30 pm
Highlights Tour

A docent guided tour of collection highlights. Availability is limited to 15 participants and advance registration is recommended. A face mask/covering is encouraged. Same-day admission is included in the price of your tour ticket.

Highlights Tour
May 5 @ 2:00 pm – 3:00 pm
Highlights Tour

A docent guided tour of collection highlights. Availability is limited to 15 participants and advance registration is recommended. A face mask/covering is encouraged. Same-day admission is included in the price of your tour ticket.

May
6
Sat
Highlights Tour
May 6 @ 12:30 pm – 1:30 pm
Highlights Tour

A docent guided tour of collection highlights. Availability is limited to 15 participants and advance registration is recommended. A face mask/covering is encouraged. Same-day admission is included in the price of your tour ticket.

Film: Children of the Mist (2021)
May 6 @ 2:00 pm
Film: Children of the Mist (2021)

In a village hidden in the mist-shrouded northwest Vietnamese mountains, an indigenous Hmong community is home to twelve-year-old Di, part of the first generation of her people with access to formal education. A free spirit, she happily recounts her experiences to Vietnamese filmmaker Diem Ha Le, who embedded herself in Di’s family over three years to document this unique coming of age. As Di grows, her carefree childhood gives way to an impulsive and sensitive adolescence, a dangerous temperament for what will happen next; in this insular community, girls endure the controversial but accepted tradition of “bride kidnapping.” One night, Di’s parents return from celebrating the Lunar New Year to find that their daughter has disappeared. Winner of the Best Directing award at the International Documentary Film Festival Amsterdam, Diem’s film is a tender portrait of a community caught between tradition and modernity with one girl tragically stuck in the middle. Directed by Diem Ha Le. 92 minutes. Not rated.

$9; $7 seniors and students with ID; $6 members and Wadsworth Welcome. Museum admission not included.

Highlights Tour
May 6 @ 2:00 pm – 3:00 pm
Highlights Tour

A docent guided tour of collection highlights. Availability is limited to 15 participants and advance registration is recommended. A face mask/covering is encouraged. Same-day admission is included in the price of your tour ticket.

May
7
Sun
Highlights Tour
May 7 @ 12:30 pm – 1:30 pm
Highlights Tour

A docent guided tour of collection highlights. Availability is limited to 15 participants and advance registration is recommended. A face mask/covering is encouraged. Same-day admission is included in the price of your tour ticket.

Highlights Tour
May 7 @ 2:00 pm – 3:00 pm
Highlights Tour

A docent guided tour of collection highlights. Availability is limited to 15 participants and advance registration is recommended. A face mask/covering is encouraged. Same-day admission is included in the price of your tour ticket.

Film: Children of the Mist (2021)
May 7 @ 4:00 pm
Film: Children of the Mist (2021)

In a village hidden in the mist-shrouded northwest Vietnamese mountains, an indigenous Hmong community is home to twelve-year-old Di, part of the first generation of her people with access to formal education. A free spirit, she happily recounts her experiences to Vietnamese filmmaker Diem Ha Le, who embedded herself in Di’s family over three years to document this unique coming of age. As Di grows, her carefree childhood gives way to an impulsive and sensitive adolescence, a dangerous temperament for what will happen next; in this insular community, girls endure the controversial but accepted tradition of “bride kidnapping.” One night, Di’s parents return from celebrating the Lunar New Year to find that their daughter has disappeared. Winner of the Best Directing award at the International Documentary Film Festival Amsterdam, Diem’s film is a tender portrait of a community caught between tradition and modernity with one girl tragically stuck in the middle. Directed by Diem Ha Le. 92 minutes. Not rated.

$9; $7 seniors and students with ID; $6 members and Wadsworth Welcome. Museum admission not included.