THE BASS OPENS OCTOBER 29, 2017!

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Films & Studios

Explore topics, techniques and themes in art through this series of engaging films and art making workshops offered on a rotating basis.

Members: $5 per class
Non-members: $10 per class

Become a member to receive special rates to programs like this!

No need to pre-register for these classes, simply enroll when you arrive at the museum.

FILM SCREENINGS

  • November 30 — 3:30 PM

    WHO DOES SHE THINK SHE IS? (2008)

    The film considers an era when women were revered as cultural muses, and the modern era when most people are unable to name a handful of female artists.

  • December 03 — 1:30 PM

    WHO DOES SHE THINK SHE IS? (2008)

    The film considers an era when women were revered as cultural muses, and the modern era when most people are unable to name a handful of female artists.

  • December 14 — 3:30 PM

    TROUBLEMAKERS: THE STORY OF LAND ART (2015)

    Filmmaker James Crump examines how renegade New York artists created monumental earthworks in the desolate American Southwest in the 1960s and 70s.

  • December 17 — 1:30 PM

    TROUBLEMAKERS: THE STORY OF LAND ART (2015)

    Filmmaker James Crump examines how renegade New York artists created monumental earthworks in the desolate American Southwest in the 1960s and 70s.

STUDIO SESSIONS

  • November 19 — 3-4:30 PM

    UGO RONDINONE: SPECTRUM COLOR THEORY

    Delve into color theory to learn about color mixing and the visual effects of specific color combinations.