Sarasota - The John and Mable Ringling Museum of Art is pleased to announce the opening of a new exhibition in their Community Gallery. Art At Home features works created by children who have participated in The Ringling’s Museum From Home programs.
The Ringling’s Education Team offered a variety of opportunities for children to get creative during the COVID-19 pandemic. Laura Steefel-Moore, Head of Education said, “Our projects are inspired by objects in the museum collection and can be completed with supplies easily found at home. In this exhibition, we want to share our families’ at-home creations and spread the joy that making art can bring during challenging times.”
Children who participated in the museum’s online and virtual programs including ROAR (Ringling Order of Art Readers), FAM (Family Art Making) or WEB (Where Everyone Belongs) created the art featured in the exhibition.
Families who are interested in learning more may go to ringling.org or join the Family Programs at The Ringling Facebook group.
About The Ringling
The Ringling is a preeminent center for the arts, history and learning that is dedicated to bringing the past and contemporary culture to life through extraordinary visitor experiences. From its inception, The Ringling has joined the diverse visual traditions and theatrical spectacle of yesterday with the genre-defying global practitioners of today.
A place of exploration, discovery and respite, The Ringling’s campus in Sarasota, Florida – which includes the Museum of Art, the Circus Museum, an historic mansion, an 18th-century theater and bayfront gardens – is listed on the National Register of Historic Places.
As the State Art Museum of Florida and part of Florida State University, The Ringling fulfills an important educational mission. The Ringling offers formal and informal programs of study serving as a major resource for students, scholars, and lifelong learners of every age within the region, across the country and around the world.
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