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Today - Tuesday, November 21
Wednesday, November 22
Public Tour
Women in Art
1-2 PM
Come to enjoy Joslyn’s collection of art created by women noting their role, influence, and significance in the art world.

Tours meet in Atrium

Saturday, November 25
Public Tour
Marks of Genius: 100 Extraordinary Drawings from the Minneapolis Institute of Art
10:30-11:30 AM
Whether quick sketches or highly finished works, drawings reveal artists' creative impulses and their artistic process, providing us a window into the way ideas are transformed into images. Marks of Genius presents a selection of exceptional and rarely seen works from the fifteenth century to the present day. The exhibition features pen and ink studies, chalk drawings, watercolors, and pastels. This is a ticketed exhibit: General public adults: $10 (Thursday evening pricing, 4-8 pm: $5 for general public adults); $5 for college students with a valid ID (tickets for those with a UNMC student ID are free); Youth ages 17 and younger: Free; Joslyn Members: Free

Tours meet in Atrium
Public Tour
Highlights of the Collection
1-2 PM
Come see the heart and soul of Joslyn Art Museum. Docent will introduce visitors to the world-renowned works in the Museum's Permanent Collection Galleries. Each and every tour is a little different; don't miss a chance to learn about a treasure you may have overlooked.

Tours meet in Atrium
Sunday, November 26
10 am–4 pm
Sunday, November 26, is Museum Store Sunday, sponsored internationally by the Museum Store Association. Kick off your holiday shopping during the Thanksgiving weekend at Joslyn Art Museum! MORE DETAILS >
Public Tour
Religion in Art
1-2 PM
The tour provides an interfaith look at how artists have presented different religious traditions and spiritual beliefs over time. From the ancient world to the present, Joslyn’s rich collection provides examples from ancient Greek mythology, American Indian spiritual traditions, the Islamic world, as well countless interpretations of major Biblical figures, including David and Goliath, the Virgin Mary and many saints.
Tours meet in Atrium