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Today - Tuesday, May 26
11:30 am gallery talk followed by lunch at noon
Get ready for another delicious serving of Appetite for Art! Join Joslyn Director Jack Becker and Curators Toby Jurovics and Karin Campbell on select Tuesdays from September through May for compelling gallery talks and superb lunches inspired by Joslyn’s most tasty masterpieces! MORE DETAILS >
Wednesday, May 27
Mystery and Beauty of the Ancient World
1:00-2:00 PM
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
Thursday, May 28
Public Tour
Highlights of the European Collection
6:30-7:30 PM
Enjoy a Docent tour of Joslyn's European Galleries.
The collection  features distinguished paintings by Titian, Veronese, El Greco, and Claude Lorrain, as well works by noted Spanish and Dutch artists.

Tours meet in Atrium
Friday, May 29
Art Adventures (Ages 3-5 with an adult)
Fridays: May 15-August 14; 10:30-11:30 am
Drop by with your preschooler to see artworks in the galleries and to do a simple art-making activity. Art Adventures is a great way for young artists to have their first Museum experiences – with a grown-up by their side – before coming to art classes on their own.

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Saturday, May 30
Public Tour
Nineteenth-Century French Art
10:30-11:30 AM
The Museum is noted for the strength of its Nineteenth-Century European Collection, which includes exceptional examples of Academic paintings by William Adolphe Bouguereau, Jean-Léon Gérôme, and Ernest Meissonier, as well as Impressionist masterworks by Camille Pissarro, Auguste Renoir, and Claude Monet.

Tours meet in Atrium
Public Tour
Docent Choice
1:00-2:00 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
Monday, June 1
Art Basics (ages 6-8)
Summer Camps
Half-day Camps (Monday-Friday)
(A) Ages 6-8: Monday-Friday, June 1-5; 9 am-noon

Learn the tricks of the trade by looking to see how artists in the gallery use the art elements and principles, such as line, color, rhythm, and movement, to make a work of art a masterpiece. Campers will become familiar with these art basics and apply them in the studio to create paintings, sculptures, and prints.

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The Art of Theater Design (Ages 9-14)
Ages 9-14: Monday-Friday, June 1-5; 9 am-4 pm
Spend mornings at The Rose and walk to Joslyn for afternoons of exploring the exciting world of theatrical design! Discover what it takes to make scenery, costumes, props, lighting, and sound for productions. Meet professional designers and technicians and create lots of hands-on theatrical scenery and props to be used in an upcoming Rose production!

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Drawing for Real (Ages 6-8)
Summer Camps
(A) Ages 6-8: Monday-Friday; June 1-5; 1-4pm
Learn to draw like an artist in this camp that will teach you make your drawings look real. Campers will experience a series of artists’ exercises to train your hand to draw what you see. We will also create finished drawings using a variety of drawing tools such as pencil, charcoal, pastels, and scratchboards.

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Wheel-Thrown Ceramics (Teens)
Teen Camps
June 1-5 and June 8-12; 1-4 pm
Learn to manipulate clay on the potter’s wheel and create functional wares. This two-week camp will allow you to take your time as you learn each step of making a pot with guidance and encouragement from your instructor.

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Watercolor in the Gardens (Adult and Teen)
Adult and Teen Classes
Mondays: June 1, 8, 15, 22, 29; 6-8:30 pm
Stop and paint the roses in this class that will teach the watercolor basics. Instruction will combine practice in the studio and plein air experiences within the picturesque settings of Lauritzen Gardens. All classes meet at Lauritzen Gardens.

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