Join the Museum’s Montgomery Moderns for fun-filled events inspired by artwork currently on display.

Come take part in the Museum’s monthly reading group, Art+Letters, featuring art-related fiction and nonfiction novels.

Follow this series of lectures and discussions to discover how art has power.

Come and listen to conversations between creators as they discuss social issues through the lens of the art world.

Presented at the Capri Theatre with introductions by MMFA staff, these screenings offer audiences unprecedented access to the world’s best-loved art and insights from leading historians and art critics.

This professional development series offers artists at all stages of their creative journeys the opportunity to learn how to better market themselves and strengthen professional portfolios.

Release work stress and enter the weekend fresh with an end-of-the-week, midday experience that provides wellness for mind and body, led by professionals from around the River Region and enhanced by unique, serene surroundings at the MMFA.


Budding artists ages 3 to 5 years old and their caregivers will enjoy reading and art-making together.

Through the MMFA’s Instagram account, Assistant Curator of Education Laura Bocquin shares the basics of botanical art that you can accomplish in your own backyard.

Have you ever wondered what goes on behind the scenes in studios of local artists? Each month, artists broadcast live on the Museum’s Instagram—opening their studio spaces to share artwork, reflect on inspirations, and offer a live Q&A with the audience!

Join Museum educator Kaci Norman online for Story Time in the Galleries. This online read-along is designed specifically to help young children link aspects of art and language.

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