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Tuesday, September 26
11:30 am gallery talk followed by lunch at noon
Get ready for another delicious season of Appetite for Art! Join Joslyn's curators for compelling gallery talks and superb lunches inspired by Joslyn’s most tasty masterpieces!

Wednesday, September 27
Public Tour
Docent Choice
1-2 PM
Be surprised by experiencing works of art in new and exciting ways. Come and see what we have in store for you today!.
Whether it’s Asia, Renaissance, or American West, every tour is bound to please.
Tours meet in Atrium
Thursday, September 28
Joslyn is hosting a drop-in event to support the eighth annual Creative Writing Contest in SpanishMORE DETAILS >
Public Tour
Building Architecture & History
6:30-7:30 PM
Enjoy a Docent Tour of Joslyn's extraordinary Art Deco. Joslyn Memorial  opened its doors in 1931; it was hailed not only as an important addition to the city of Omaha, but to American modern architecture as well. In 1938 it was listed among the 100 finest buildings in America.

Tours meet in Atrium
Saturday, September 30
Color & Pattern; Ages 5-7
Saturdays: September 30, October 7, 14; 10-11:30 am
Students will look for artworks in the gallery that use color in bold and interesting ways. Each week in the studio that will learn a new painting technique to add to their canvas to produce a finished composition full of color and pattern.

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Public Tour
Mystery and Beauty of the Ancient World
10:30-11:30 AM
Experience the mystery and beauty of ancient civilizations, including Greece, Rome, China and India, on a guided tour of Joslyn's rich collection of antiquities.

Tours meet in Atrium
Public Tour
Children in Art
1-2 PM
The depiction of children in art provides insight into the perception of childhood across time and culture. The artworks featured in this tour offer a glimpse into what it means to be a child, from the portrayal of family life in the early American portrait, The Greenhow Children, to the playful sketch of a childhood game in John George Brown’s Card Trick, to the coming of age portrait of a young ballerina in Edgar Degas’s Little Dancer Fourteen Years Old.

Tours meet in Atrium