Calendar


June 04

6:30pm

Lecture: Dr. Gary Radke, Syracuse University

Learn more about Sculpture in the Age of Donatello with engaging and informative lectures by renowned scholars and curators.

Lectures are open to the public and free. Reservations are not required but seating is limited and offered on a first-come first-served basis.

May 28

6:30pm

Lecture: Dr. Sarah McHam, Rutgers University

Learn more about Sculpture in the Age of Donatello with engaging and informative lectures by renowned scholars and curators.

Lectures are open to the public and free. Reservations are not required but seating is limited and offered on a first-come first-served basis.

May 14

6:30pm

Lecture: Dr. Amy Bloch, University of Albany

Learn more about Sculpture in the Age of Donatello with engaging and informative lectures by renowned scholars and curators.

Lectures are open to the public and free. Reservations are not required but seating is limited and offered on a first-come first-served basis.

April 30

6:30pm

Lecture: Dr. John Paoletti, Wesleyan University

Learn more about Sculpture in the Age of Donatello with engaging and informative lectures by renowned scholars and curators.

Lectures are open to the public and free. Reservations are not required but seating is limited and offered on a first-come first-served basis.

April 23

6:30pm

Lecture: Dr. David Drogin, Fashion Institute of Technology

Learn more about Sculpture in the Age of Donatello with engaging and informative lectures by renowned scholars and curators.

Lectures are open to the public and free. Reservations are not required but seating is limited and offered on a first-come first-served basis.

March 19

6:30pm

Lecture: Dan Zolli, Guest Co-Curator

Learn more about Sculpture in the Age of Donatello with engaging and informative lectures by renowned scholars and curators.

Lectures are open to the public and free. Reservations are not required but seating is limited and offered on a first-come first-served basis.

February 26

6:29pm

Lecture: Dr. Michael Cole, Columbia University

Learn more about Sculpture in the Age of Donatello with engaging and informative lectures by renowned scholars and curators.

Lectures are open to the public and free. Reservations are not required but seating is limited and offered on a first-come first-served basis.

January 08

6:30pm

Lecture: Expressions of Faith: Twentieth-Century German Prints

Dr. Eric Zafran, MOBIA Consulting Curator, will discuss one of the highlights of Dürer, Rembrandt, Tiepolo, the series of hand colored woodcuts by the 20th–century German artist Max Pechstein for The Lord’s Prayer of 1921. This serves to draw attention to the movement of German Expressionists, who combined influences from Renaissance masters, such as Dürer, and art from the South Seas. Their subject matter during the period before and after the First World War contained much social and political imagery, but several of these masters were drawn to powerful, graphic religious images.

Free. Reservations are not required but seating is limited and offered on a first-come first-served basis.

January 05

2:00pm–3:30pm

MOBIA Musings

MOBIA Musings, a free program for visitors with dementia and their care partners or family members, provides an opportunity to engage with works of art and with one another through guided looking, discussions, and activities. The program takes place on select Mondays from 2-3:30 pm when the Museum is closed to the public.

Free. Registration is required. For more information or to register, please contact (212) 408-8703 or access@mobia.org.

December 27

1:00pm–2:30pm

Winter Break Printmaking Workshop for Children Ages 6-13

Join MOBIA for an exploration of the print exhibition, learn about print-making, and then make your own prints inspired by what you’ve seen in the galleries. Materials are provided.

Free. Registration is not required.

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