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It’s a New Month to Create Many Fun Memories at the MMFA

The month of May promises to be an unforgettable one here at the MMFA. We kicked off the first week with the annual Flimp Festival and First Sundays, and that’s just a sample of we have planned with you in mind. Here is a list of other upcoming events.

Ekphrasis: Tom and Jack: the Intertwined Lives of Thomas Hart Benton and Jackson Pollock

Wednesday, May 10, 12 noon

Ekphrasis is a monthly book club devoted to the history of art. Works of fiction and non-fiction are featured, covering periods ranging from the ancient world to the present. For this unique program, staff members lead presentations to provide visual context for the chosen books. To reserve lunch from Café M, call 334.240.4365 or email edsecy@mmfa.org. This is a free program for Museum members.

 

Third Saturdays

Saturday, May 20, 1 P.M.

Learn about works of art on view in the Museum’s permanent and temporary exhibitions. This FREE one-hour docent-led tour introduces some of the most important works in our collection. For more information call 334.240.4365.

International Museum Day!

 Sunday, May 21, 2 P.M.

Celebrate International Museum Day with us at Family Art Affair and Jazz Jams! Museums across the country will be celebrating this week and encouraging people to visit their local museums. Come and listen to inspiring music while you construct your own mini-gallery in our studio.

Tales for Tots (ages 2 to 5 with an adult caregiver)

Wednesday, May 24, 10:30 or 11 A.M.

This FREE monthly program helps develop early learning about elements of art through storytelling and a simple craft activity related to art that is on display in the galleries.

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