Join us for our reception for Destination: Latin America
6:30 PM: Gallery Talk with curator Patrice Giasson
Free for members, $5 for students/faculty with ID, $10 for general public Admission includes hors d’oeuvres and wine.
FREE admission all day, family activities, and live music.
2 p.m. Gallery talk with Destination: Latin America visiting artist, Nicolás de Jesús
3 p.m. Demo with Destination: Latin America visiting artist, Nicolás de Jesús
Veterans and their families receive free admission to the museum this day during Baton Rouge’s Veterans Day Festival.
The Neighborhood Arts Project brings art and fun to you with free art-making activities for all ages! Get creative with an after school activity.
MA and MFA students in the School of Art are invited to share their thesis research and methods in fast-paced, informal style presentations. Refreshments will be provided.
RSVP to Olivia Johnson MA Art History '20 at firstname.lastname@example.org to present or attend
Stories in Art will now be led by a bilingual educator and will include stories in English and Spanish, gallery activities, and a hands on art project.
Free Spanish and English reading of Mouse Paint/Pintura de ratón by Ellen Walsh. Can you paint tiny? Make your own mouse-approved art. Ages 0–6 with parent/caregiver.
Need time out from the work week? Looking for an artful atmosphere for meditation? No experience needed. Just bring a yoga mat and come relax with us. $5 per person class fee includes museum admission.
$25 open to Educators and Teachers. Explore printmaking in the exhibition Destination: Latin America and techniques to incorporate in the classroom.
Meet us at Malaika Favorite’s studio for a tour. Fruit and champagne provided. Free for members. $5 for public. Space is limited. Advance registration required.
Cooking demonstration by Mestizo Louisiana Mexican Cuisine and a Spanish language tour of the exhibition Destination: Latin America.
$10 for general public, $5 for members and students/faculty with ID.
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The LSU Museum of Art, in partnership with the Mayor-President’s Office, is continuing a summer program to bring art to under-resourced areas in Baton Rouge for the eighth year in a row.