Check below for details on upcoming concerts, lectures, artist talks, and more, or download our program calendar in PDF form.


Saturday, April 28 at 11am

International Sculpture Day Tour



Join a docent-led tour of our Sculpture Garden to celebrate International Sculpture Day. The tour will cover highlights of several contemporary sculptures located throughout the Museum's grounds.


Free. Reservations not required.


Saturday, April 28 at 2 pm
The MusicianShip Washington Youth Choir

The MusicianShip Washington Youth Choir joins The Kreeger Museum for a performance in the Great Hall. Under the artistic direction of Gregory Watkins, the ensemble will perform a variety of selected songs and crafted arrangements. The MusicianShip Washington Youth Choir is a year-round performance ensemble, which provides an educational experience geared toward talented and driven young vocalists in the DC Metropolitan area. The MusicianShip is a charitable non-profit organization that facilitates music lessons, experiences and opportunities, focused particularly on at-risk youth who benefit most from positive outreach and music scholarship preparation.

Free. Reservations not required.


Saturday, May 5, 2 - 3pm
Gallery Talk


Join David Hawkins, Head of Education, for an introductory tour on the architecture of The Kreeger Museum. The tour will explore Philip Johnson's vision for this unique building and the collaboration between builder, client, and architect.
 
Free. Reservations not required.

Friday, May 18, 7:00 - 8:30pm

Celebrate Arts Education with Live It Learn It


Join us in raising funds to support our arts education programs with Live It Learn It.
 
The evening includes a light reception and optional learning experiences designed by Live It Learn It curriculum specialists and performances by Washington area jazz musicians.

Find more information and purchase tickets here.

Saturday, June 2, 2 - 3pm
Gallery Talk



Joanna Baker, Head of Collection Management will discuss sculptor, Isamu Noguchi, focusing on Soliloquy, from the Museum's collection. The talk will explore some of the influences that shaped Noguchi's work, and will investigate connections betweenSoliloquy and works by other artists from the Museum's collection.
 
Free. Reservations not required.

Saturday, June 16, noon - 2pm

Jazz in the 'Hoods



The Kreeger Museum is pleased to host Jazz in the ‘Hoods as part of the 2018 DC Jazz Festival. Bassist, Kris Funn, will perform selections from his recently released his debut album, Cornerstore.
 
Jazz in the ‘Hoods Presented by Events DC, a major feature of the DC Jazz Festival, is an exciting partnership with local clubs, restaurants, hotels and galleries in celebration of jazz in our nation’s capital. Jazz in the 'Hoods unites DC in a citywide partnership and takes place in 21+ neighborhoods, presenting a mix of local and nationally recognized artists.

 
Admission: Free.
This event will take place outdoors, weather permitting.

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