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Through artist-led creative workshops, film screenings, and literature-inspired events, the Museum brings artists and other cultural producers to live audiences, creating opportunities for the public to engage with art and artists beyond the gallery.
Featuring author talks, book clubs, and creative writing workshops that respond to contemporary works of art, Studio Salon is a program series that explores the dynamic ways literature and text inspire artists to create.
Studio Squared is a monthly series of informal, art-making workshops aimed at making a wide range of studio practices accessible to adult audiences. Each hands-on workshop is led by an exhibiting artist or Museum educator and explores a theme and creative process highlighted in the works on view. Including such mediums as figure drawing, collage, animation, and sculptural object-making, these lively workshops inspire the maker in everyone!
Studio Screen celebrates the moving image as an import-ant medium and influence for artists. These screenings are followed by talkback sessions in which filmmakers, artists, and scholars working through new media discuss their practices.
Studio Lab is an incubator for interdisciplinary practice that invites scholars, students, museum staff, and Artist-in-Residence alumni to engage in thematic, month-long residencies inspired by pivotal moments in art his-tory. This dynamic platform encourages participatory experimentation and open exchange of ideas across disciplines and fields of cultural study.