Fall 2019 Programs

Check back for additional program announcements in early September.

Concert tickets will be available for purchase at the end of August

Saturday, September 7, 2 pm

Outdoor Meditation  

Experience meditation set to a soothing soundscape of crystal bowls, bells, and chimes. Unplug the thinking mind and enjoy the benefits of deep relaxation.
Please bring a yoga mat, blanket or towel to lie on and anything else you need to be comfortable. You can either lie down or sit up for this offering.
Advanced registration required | $10 per person, includes all-day museum admission


October 5, 2pm

Sculpture Talk with Foon Sham

Join local artist Foon Sham as he discusses his work, Revolve (2009), in the Sculpture Garden. Foon Sham is a professor at the University of Maryland and has an active studio practice. His work has been shown at the American University Museum, the National Building Museum, and the National Museum of American History, among many others.

Free | No reservation required

Thursday, October 10, 7:30 pm
Oh He Dead Acoustic Concert

There's a little bit of magic and a whole lot of love in the rock 'n soul band Oh He Dead.   Founded in 2014 by Andy Valenti and C.J. Johnson, the now five-piece group creates an "infectious and soulful sound."
The way in which C.J. "...maneuvers her powerful voice — a combination of Stevie Nicks and Tracy Chapman" (NPR), in conjunction with the deft guitaring of Alex Salser and the arresting harmonies of Andy Valenti, is quickly garnering national attention.  Mixing in healthy doses of classic R&B vibes, funk, and folk, it is no wonder that when attending a show, one can't help but "... bop and sing along with band members to this infectiously groovy tunes" (All Songs Considered).

October 12, 2pm

Gallery Talk

Joanna Baker, Head of Collections Management, discusses Joan Miro’s Deux Personnages (1935) in the context of Miro’s use of collage and multimedia and placing it within the framework of his career as a whole.
Free | No reservation required

Saturday, October 26, 2 pm

Sketching in the Garden

Following a walk through the Sculpture Garden, participants are guided by a teaching artist in sketching from observation.
This meditative art making experience will use all of your senses to explore your surroundings and bring your drawings to life. No experience is necessary. Please bring your own sketchbook, materials and water bottle.
Advanced registration required | $10 per person, includes all-day museum admission


Friday, November 1, 8:00 pm

Washington National Opera Young Artist Program Recital

The Domingo-Cafritz Young Artist Program’s recital series offers a chance to witness the stars of tomorrow’s international opera stages up close, performing some of the world’s most beautiful and personal music. The recital will draw inspiration from The Kreeger Museum’s collection, deepening audience members’ understanding of how artists influence each other’s work across different genres - an ideal way to explore the connections between text and music; poetry and art; sound, shape, and color.

Saturday, November 2, 2pm

Yoga in the Sculpture Garden

Jeneen Piccurrio guides participants through a gentle yoga class surrounded by surrounded by art and nature.
Sri yoga is a chakra based, gentle, traditional hatha yoga practice accessible to all levels. Restorative and healing poses aligned with breath awareness are held to allow deeper access with greater release
Please bring a water bottle, yoga mat and any props or blankets you prefer. Yoga mats will be available for rent on a first come basis. $5 per mat.
Advanced registration required | $10 per person, includes all-day museum admission


Wednesday, December 4, 7pm
Joan Mitchell: In a New Light
Marilyn Lichtman Distinguished Speaker Series

Joan Mitchell, Untitled, 1965, Oil on canvas, 20 3/4 x 17 5/8 x 1 1/2 in., Gift from the Trustees of the Corcoran Gallery of Art

Katy Siegel and Sarah Roberts are co-curators of a major Joan Mitchell retrospective, Joan Mitchell: Fierce Beauty, which will debut at the Baltimore Museum of Art in the fall of 2020, and travel to the San Francisco Museum of Modern Art, followed by the Solomon R. Guggenheim Museum. Siegel and Roberts will consider Joan Mitchell’s Untitled (1965) from The Kreeger Museum’s collection within the context of Mitchell’s career and their work on the forthcoming exhibition.

Ticket information will be released later this fall.

Thursday, December 19, 7:30 pm
Heifetz Holiday Concert

Returning to The Kreeger Museum for an annual favorite, the Heifetz International Music Institute is dedicated to the artistic growth and career development of some of the most talented and promising young musicians in the world. This special program features Heifetz Institute graduates presenting a holiday-infused program of Baroque favorites, classical masterworks, and music for the season.

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