Jami Powell, a citizen of the Osage Nation, is the Associate Curator of Native American Art at the Hood Museum of Art at Dartmouth College; and as a sitter of Will Wilson’s, she will discuss his artistic process and the …Find out more »
Art as Fashion: A Behind-the-Scenes View of the Met Gala and The Metropolitan Museum of Art’s Anna Wintour Costume Center
Featured Guest Clyde B. Jones III
Senior Vice President for Institutional Advancement
at The Metropolitan Museum of Art
You are invited to a Red Carpet Cocktail Party at The Westmoreland.
Clyde Jones and his Development staff plan the famous Met …Find out more »
Stop by to celebrate The Westmoreland’s 60th Anniversary on the actual anniversary date of our official public opening in 1959. Cupcakes and punch will be served, and please leave a note sharing a favorite Museum memory.
This is a FREE …Find out more »
The Westmoreland, in partnership with The Andy Warhol Museum, presents a conversation exploring the artistic practices and thematic and stylistic similarities between the work of Thomas and Andy Warhol. Diaz, Chief Curator at The Warhol, and Thomas will discuss her …Find out more »
The Westmoreland, in partnership with the August Wilson Cultural Center, presents a talk by Sherman, Oglala Lakota from the Pine Ridge reservation and the founder of The Sioux Chef. Chef Sean is committed to revitalizing Native American cuisine. He is …Find out more »
Reception: 6–7pm; Dinner: 7–9pm
Enjoy a dinner and discussion, presented in partnership with Adelphoi Village, focusing on Native American cuisine sourced and foraged from local farmers and land. The Sioux Chef team, Anishinaabe, Mdewakanton Dakota, Navajo, Northern Cheyenne, Oglala Lakota, …
A farewell celebration to Sherrie Levine’s After Russell Lee: 1-60. The day includes food trucks, mechanical bull riding, a petting zoo, Blue Grass music and dancing. Enjoy pie samples from local bakers and purchase pies to take home!
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Corb will introduce Ikebana, the Japanese art of flower arranging. Each participant will create their own beautiful arrangement, which they can take home to enjoy.
Pop-Up Studios are fun opportunities for adults (ages 18 and above) to get in touch …Find out more »
Campers will look at animals in art throughout the Museum and explore a variety of media and techniques to create animal-inspired art. Plus, they’ll welcome a special visitor from the Humane Animal Rescue.
For children 7–9 years old
$135 members/$155 …Find out more »