Romero Britto Pop-Up Exhibition & Sale

Romero Britto Pop-Up Exhibition & Sale

Brazilian-born and Miami-made, Romero Britto is an internationally renowned, iconic pop artist that uses vibrant color, playful themes and hard-edged compositions to capture the attention of both youthful spirits and educated art collectors.

Until late January, we will offer our community the opportunity to view and purchase limited edition digital prints, mixed media works, and original works of art by Britto.  

A portion of the proceeds of the sale will benefit the Polk Museum of Art. Members receive a 10% savings on purchase.

 

Made possible thanks to Grace & Marco Franca and Posto9, a Brazilian Gastropub

Members Reception

Members Reception

With most major openings, we offer our Members a lecture followed by a lovely reception. Join us for the opening of "American Impressionism: The Lure of the Artists’ Colony," organized by the Reading Public Museum, Reading, Pennsylvania.

Mindful Leadership

Mindful Leadership

Emily Rogers, a business consultant, executive coach and retreat leader, will lead a Mindful Leadership Workshop for our local professionals. Please join us as we learn ways to realize our full potential in purposeful, creative, and balanced ways. 

Lecture and Book Signing by Rustin Levenson

Lecture and Book Signing by Rustin Levenson

Join us for a special lecture and book signing by Rustin Levenson, President and Founder of Art Care Conservation, New York and Miami. Levenson will discuss her prize-winning book,  “Seeing through Paintings,” which offers insights into the materials and techniques of paintings and how the examination of paintings can help determine the date and authenticity of a work.  
“Seeing through Paintings" will be available at the book signing, but you may pre-order by emailing Terry Aulisio at TAulisio@PolkMuseumofArt.org.

Please RSVP at Reservations@PolkMuseumofArt.org.

 

Point of View Gallery Talk: Dr. Holly Scoggins

Point of View Gallery Talk: Dr. Holly Scoggins

Join us for Point of View Gallery talks every second Friday of the month at noon. 

February's POV Gallery talk will be with Dr. Holly Scoggins. Scoggins will discuss our current exhibition, "American Impressionism: The Lure of the Artists’ Colony" from an artist's perspective, discussing the formal elements, painting techniques, and personal interpretation of works from this exhibition.  

Space is Limited. Please RSVP at Reservations@PolkMuseumofArt.org.

Art Lab

Art Lab


Please join us the second Saturday of each month for Art Lab. 
Art Lab will introduce Polk Museum of Art’s exhibitions in a fun, entertaining and accessible manor through hands-on learning for all ages and skills. Labs will be led by professional artists or art educators whom will engage participants in creating their own piece of artwork through a wide array of art mediums, techniques and connecting conversations relating to a specific exhibition on display in the Museum.
10:30am-noon
Free for everyone.
Pre-registration is encouraged to secure your spot, but is not required. RSVP at Reservations@PolkMuseumofArt.org.
 

Creative Yoga Friday with Michelle Pugh

Creative Yoga Friday with Michelle Pugh

Join our Creative Yoga class every third Friday for a truly inspirational experience. Dedicated yoga practitioner Michelle Pugh will guide you through an hour long hatha-based class that will end with a meditation focused on our current exhibition. 

Our classes are a community format so that all ages, sizes, and levels of experience will feel comfortable. Practice will vary to increase diversity in your practice. Modifications are always offered.

Please arrive early as space is limited and bring your own mat and blanket if possible.

Cost: $10 Non-members / $5 Members

If you have any questions, please call Membership Manager, Diana Smith, at 863.688.7743 x 249.

Creative Yoga - Sundays with Karen Seggerman

Creative Yoga - Sundays with Karen Seggerman

You demanded, so we're delivering. Creative Yoga is now offered on Sundays. Join our Creative Yoga class second Sunday for a truly inspirational experience. Yoga practitioner Karen Seggerman will guide you through an hour long class that will end incorporate our current exhibition. 

Our classes are a community format so that all ages, sizes, and levels of experience will feel comfortable. Practice will vary to increase diversity in your practice. Modifications are always offered.

Please arrive early as space is limited and bring your own mat, blanket, and support block.

Cost: $10 Non-members / $5 Members

If you have any questions, please call Membership Manager, Diana Smith, at 863.688.7743 x 249.