Until January 6Grab a map and take a journey through the museum in search of all twelve zodiac-inspired installations, and check out our blog to see artist David R. Harper’s spectacular works paired with horoscopes by astrologer and author Liz Worth.
Join us for family-friendly craft activities throughout the holiday season including festive ornament-making, gingerbread cookie decorating, clay experimentation, and more. Check out the full list of holiday workshops, free for visitors 18 and under.
Obsession: Sir William Van Horne’s Japanese Ceramics
Until January 20This exhibition reunites for the first time what survives of Van Horne’s collection of Japanese domestic pottery, alongside his exacting watercolors, elaborately annotated notebooks, letters, and archival material.
December 4 – 11For fifteen years we’ve partnered with the Barbra Schlifer Commemorative Clinic to provide an expressive arts group for women survivors of violence. Visit our lobby to see artworks made by this year’s participants.
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IMAGES:  DavidR. Harper,Leo (detail), 2018. Photo: Rich Maciejewski  Family Sunday Activity. Photo: Lisa Sakulensky  Obsession: Sir William Van Horne’s Japanese Ceramics (installation view), 2018. Photo: Toni Hafkenscheid  Work from the 2017 Expressive Arts Group Exhibit  Katsumata Chieko, Pumpkin, 2016. Promised gift from the Diana Reitberger Collection  Chevron bowls by Annika Hoefs  Watercolour Workshop in Obsession: Sir William Van Horne’s Japanese Ceramics  CLAY Restaurant