Senior Coffee Social

Nov 14, 2019, 10:30am Nov 14, 2019, 1:30pm 16 More Engagement(s) Available
Join us for our monthly Coffee Social for Members 65 and older. Enjoy complimentary coffee, breakfast treats, and a Docent-led presentation on a featured object from the collection.   An additional series of afternoon coffee socials will be available November 2019 through March 2020 at 1:30 pm (doors at 1:00 pm). The morning coffee social times remain the same: doors at 10:15 am and presentation at 10:30 am. Coffee socials are always hosted the second Thursday of the month.   This event takes place in Singer Hall in Wolfswinkel Education Center. Please check in at the Visitor's Desk inside the Museum. Volunteers will be available to guide you to the event.   RSVP required. Free for Museum Members ages 6... (View more)

Pay-What-You-Wish Wednesdays 2019

Oct 23, 2019, 3pm Oct 30, 2019, 3pm 7 More Engagement(s) Available
Every Wednesday | 3–9 pm | All year long Phoenix Art Museum has been offering complimentary admission one evening every week for more than 20 years in an effort to reduce economic barriers to the arts. As the Museum's first and longest-running community-access program providing free general admission and programming for all ages and interests, the Museum's Wednesday complimentary-admission program, now known as Pay-What-You-Wish Wednesday, has welcomed nearly 1 million people to the Museum over the past two decades. During Pay-What-You-Wish Wednesday, special-engagement exhibitions are not included and require a $5 ticket for entrance. Upcoming Special Engagement Exhibition:  November 3 through March 15 Legends of Spee... (View more)

October Object of the Month

Oct 24, 2019, 11:30am Oct 31, 2019, 11:30am
Free for Members Included with General Admission   Join us for a gallery talk led by a Museum Docent and learn more about an object from the collection or on view in a special exhibition.   If American portraitist, Gilbert Stuart, became famous for painting George Washington, then French artist Jean-Antoine Houdon, became the equivalent with his startling sculpture of Voltaire. One might wonder why Voltaire, a French Enlightenment writer, historian, and philosopher, would sit for the artist Houdon, the foremost Neoclassical sculptor during the reign of King Louis XVI. And, just how did Houdon, the darling of the French aristocracy, manage to keep his wits (and his head!) during and after the French Revolution? Join Docent Linda ... (View more)

First Friday - November 2019

Nov 1, 2019, 6pm
From 6–10 pm on the first Friday of each month, Phoenix Art Museum is open to the public with voluntary donation admission. Share your First Friday experience: @phxart #phxartff Celebrate work by young artists during this special edition First Friday created by teens, for everyone.    ASU Dance is excited to premiere six new dance works as part of the November First Friday! The performance will begin with thoughtfully crafted movement-based responses to five art pieces carefully chosen from the Phoenix Art Museum collection. The sixth work to be premiered is titled “The Invitation” which is an immersive, improvisational experiment which fully involves the audience in the process of creating a new dance work.&nbs... (View more)

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