Events

Upcoming events

May 13

Frist at Home: Creating the American West in Art

Thursday, May 13, 1:30–2:00 p.m. |

Free; registration required
Presented on Zoom

Join us wherever you are for a Frist at Home online tour—a closer look at some of the art currently at the museum. Spend thirty minutes in the company of our docents and other art-lovers. This conversation will focus on Creating the American West in Art. Read More
May 20

Frist at Home: Creating the American West in Art

Thursday, May 20, 1:30–2:00 p.m. |

Free; registration required
Presented on Zoom

Join us wherever you are for a Frist at Home online tour—a closer look at some of the art currently at the museum. Spend thirty minutes in the company of our docents and other art lovers. This conversation will focus on Creating the American West in Art. Read More
May 27

Frist at Home: Creating the American West in Art

Thursday, May 27, 1:30–2:00 p.m. |

Presented on Zoom; free; registration required

Join us wherever you are for a Frist at Home online tour—a closer look at some of the art currently at the museum. Spend thirty minutes in the company of our docents and other art lovers. This conversation will focus on Creating the American West in Art. Read More
Jun 3

Frist at Home: Architecture

Thursday, June 3, 1:30–2:00 p.m. |

Presented on Zoom; free; registration required

Join us from wherever you are for an engaging conversation with Frist docents about A Landmark Repurposed. Read More
Jun 10

Frist at Home: Creating the American West in Art

Thursday, June 10, 1:30–2:00 p.m. |

Presented on Zoom; free; registration required

Join us wherever you are for a Frist at Home online tour—a closer look at some of the art currently at the museum. Spend thirty minutes in the company of our docents and other art lovers. This conversation will focus on Creating the American West in Art. Read More
Jun 10

Artist’s Perspective: Bethany Collins

Thursday, June 10, 5:30–6:30 p.m. |

Free; registration required
Presented on Zoom

Language and how it can reflect a cultural ethos, particularly the nuance of racial and national identities, is the primary subject in Bethany Collins’s multimedia practice. Her works exploring historical texts such as The Odyssey and “The Star Spangled Banner” prompt reflection on patriotism and individual position within national identity. Join Collins… Read More
Jun 11

Curator’s Perspective: The Acme of Originality—Charles Rennie Mackintosh’s Cutting-Edge Tearoom Designs

Friday, June 11, 12:00–1:00 p.m. |

Free; registration required
Presented on Zoom

Over a 21-year period, between 1896 and 1917, the architect and designer Charles Rennie Mackintosh created some of his most imaginative interiors and decorative schemes for Catherine Cranston’s four tearooms in central Glasgow. These commissions provided him with crucial opportunities to experiment with an increasingly sophisticated approach to interiors, furniture,… Read More
Jun 24

Lecture and Tasting
Charles Rennie Mackintosh and the Glasgow Tea Movement

Thursday, June 24, 7:00–8:00 p.m. |

Free; registration required
Presented on Zoom

Tea historian Bruce Richardson discusses the history of British tea, Mackintosh’s relationship with Catherine Cranston, and the influence of japonisme on Scottish tea and art at the turn of the twentieth century. This one-hour illustrated Zoom lecture will include an optional at-home tea tasting Read More

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