Harmony Hammond: Material Witness,Five Decades of Art exhibition

Guided by the CDC, and in support of our collective efforts to prevent further spread of the coronavirus (COVID-19) by mitigating public gathering opportunities that might enhance exposure, the Sarasota Art Museum of Ringling College will be temporarily closed effective 5pm March 13th until further notice. We will continue to monitor the situation, and will keep you posted. Please check out our website for further content in the coming weeks. We look forward to seeing you again soon in the Galleries, but meantime, stay safe and remain in contact.

Christian Sampson, Vita In Motu (2019) Photo: Coke Wisdom O'Neal
Christian Sampson, Vita In Motu, (2019)
Photo: Coke Wisdom O'Neal
Odili Donald Odita's "Force Field" installation at Sarasota Art Museum
Odili Donald Odita, Force Field (2019-2020)

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Harmony Hammond

Material Witness, Five Decades of Art

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This series takes us through the world of art history from the tumultuous 60s to the radical 90s. These lectures are open to the general public but double as a core component of the Museum’s docent program.

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Join us to hear from the artists about the concepts behind their art displayed at the Museum.

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The Sarasota Art Museum has taken on stewardship of the history of the former Sarasota High School building. Learn about the history of the site and help keep the memory of the site—prior to recent transformation—alive.

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Sarasota High School, M. Leo Elliott Building

M. Leo Elliott – Former Sarasota High School
Photo: Dick Dickinson

Marcy & Michael Klein Plaza, Photo: Ryan Gamma

Marcy & Michael Klein Plaza
Photo: Ryan Gamma

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Anchoring the Ringling College Museum Campus, the Museum has 15,000 square feet of dedicated exhibition gallery space, a bistro, shop, auditorium for educational events, performance and film, a sculpture courtyard and extensive grounds and facilities where one can engage with site-specific and site-responsive art experiences.

Anchoring the Ringling College Museum Campus, the Museum has 15,000 square feet of dedicated exhibition gallery space, a bistro, shop, auditorium for educational events, performance and film, a sculpture courtyard and extensive grounds and facilities where one can engage with site-specific and site-responsive art experiences.