This Saturday, Jan. 25, is the first #CreativeSaturday: Free Under 18 event of the year! Visitors under 18 enjoy free general admission ALL DAY, including #LegendsOfSpeed & #AnselAdams. Also, enjoy hands-on activities from noon - 4 pm.

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A big #gratitude shout to @renotahoe for supporting #DecorativeArms, and for creating this engaging video that shows several highlights:

Who is Elektra?

One of the greatest, and most complex, characters of ancient Greece explained:

SATURDAY: Come for the all-levels yoga practice, and stay for the coffee and community! Jump-start your morning with an hour-long class, and then enjoy 10% off all food and beverages at Windhover Coffee. Reserve your spot:

"Women’s work... is worthy of being called art and worthy of displaying," writes @ewoukalmino in her review of our current exhibition With Pleasure: Pattern and Decoration in American Art for @hyperallergic

If you’ve walked past our offices on the second floor, you may have caught a glimpse of our library of art books, exhibition catalogues, and art magazines—the perfect place for an art lover to get lost. Happy #LibraryShelfieDay!

For his current Screens Series exhibition, artist Luiz Roque joins curator Margot Norton for a discussion and select screening of his short films.

Sunday at 3 p.m. For tickets, visit: #LuizRoque

This Friday get ready for one of the best Black Sheep Fridays in the history of the world: Hibachi Mariachi. Expect to grill on mini hibachis while listening to mariachi music from the Colorado Youth Mariachi Program. And for the 21+ we will be doing a GEM&BOLT tasting. COME.

Are you ready for @socalmuseums #FreeMuseumDay on January 25? See the full list of participating museums and get a head start on your game plan!

Look who popped up in today’s issue of @sfreporter! It’s curator @christian_waguespack talking about our upcoming exhibition, “The birth, death, and resurrection of Christ: from Michelangelo to Tiepolo.” Make sure to join us for the public reception for …

#TheFrist was conceived as a family-friendly place & one of the most popular locations in the museum is Martin ArtQuest Gallery. It’s a colorful space alive w/the sounds of learning through making art! #FristArtQuest activities are for people of all ages. Join us soon!

We’re counting down to #TheArmoryParty! Kick off Armory Arts Week and the opening of @thearmoryshow on March 4 at MoMA with a live performance by @orvillepeck and DJ sets by @kittycash, Hank, and @MonaMatsuoka. Get your tickets:

January 23 & 25—Quad I and Quad II

Samuel Beckett's rarely performed 'Quad I' and 'Quad II' represent the playwright's distillation of the human journey through sound, light, and movement. Part of @LAOpera's Eurydice Found festival.


Fred Tomaselli's works are "chemical cocktails [that] can no longer reach the brain through the bloodstream and must take a different route to altering perception... through the eyes.” Inglet Bloom (2011), on @artsy in #CaliforniaCool2020 benefit auction:

We're getting hygge-with-it this Winter at the Walker! Treat yourself to some color therapy with free gallery admission, trek through the Minneapolis Sculpture Garden on snowshoes, or cozy up in our Main Lobby-turned-warming house. Learn more →

Take a look inside our newest exhibitions from #LizJohnsonArtur, #DerekFordjour, and #MarinaZurkow with Chief Curator Wassan Al-Khudhairi via @HEC_TV —now on view through April 19!

Books aren't the only things on our shelves. Check out these canisters and boxes of film in our cold storage collection area, featuring titles like "Desalting the Seas" and "Freedom Train." #LibraryShelfieDay

🍽️ Looking for the perfect restaurant to try during #ChicagoRestaurantWeek? @marisol_chicago is one of @chicagotribune's picks! @ChooseChicago
📆 Jan 24–Feb 9, with both lunch and dinner prix fixe options available. Reservations:

Irving Penn was one of the 20th century's great photographers, known for his arresting images. He was celebrated as one of Vogue magazine's top photographers for more than 60 years

Irving Penn. Georgia O'Keeffe, New York, 1948. Gelatin silver print. © The Irving Penn Foundation

For six decades, Hans Haacke has been a pioneer in kinetic art, environmental art, Conceptual art, and institutional critique.

See the artist's early environmental experiments as part of "Hans Haacke: All Connected." Closing January 26: #HansHaacke

What does your "dreamhouse" look like? 🙃

In the 1970s, our #wcw Laurie Simmons photographed 1950s dolls. Laden with dark humor, these ambiguous, shadowy setups of a "happy homemaker" evoke both postwar nostalgia and feminist critique.

© Laurie Simmons

Happy #LibraryShelfie Day! 📚

SJMA partnered with @sanjoselibrary to compile a booklist inspired by themes of activism and civil rights from the exhibition "With Drawn Arms: Glenn Kaino and Tommie Smith." The booklist is available online at

Hold the mooring line…ARTHUR BEAUMONT: ART OF THE SEA closes Feb 2!? See watercolor renderings of naval vessels, commanders, and battles before they sail away! Also this weekend catch live miniature battle reenactments from 11 am – 3pm Sat&Sun for FREE.
#beaumontatbowers #navy

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