Events

calendareventlist

Military Appreciation Day

September 5, 2016

11a-4p

Celebrate Labor Day at the Tampa Museum of Art. The Museum proudly participated in Blue Star Museums this summer.

Active Duty Military and their families receive free admission to the galleries. Free art making projects for all located throughout the first floor and terrace. Military Appreciation Day is sponsored by Booz | Allen | Hamilton and TECO Energy.

Register Now

Yoga in the Galleries

September 9, 2016

Ferman Gallery

Cultivate a peaceful mind and healthy body in a beautiful setting. This gentle, restorative yoga class helps wash away the busy week, so you can ease into your weekend feeling refreshed and renewed.

For registration information, contact Lynne at elitehypnosisandwellness@gmail.com, or 813-748-1778.

Register Now

Get Closer

September 11, 2016

2p

Slow down and enjoy yourself at the Museum on the second Sunday of every month. Participate in facilitated conversations that focus on a small selection of artwork. Free with gallery admission. Come early to enjoy the brunch menu at SONO Café.

Register Now

Lawyers for the Arts

September 12, 2016–September 13, 2016

September 12-13

Join us to hear the extraordinary account of the restitution of Gustav Klimt's renowned painting Adele Bloch-Bauer I, presented by lawyer Donald Burris.

Lawyers for the Arts is an ongoing series exploring the frequent, fascinating crossover of the art world and the legal world, featuring luminaries from the worlds of art and business.

Monday, September 12: Preserving Cultural Property: Legal Aspects on Restituting Nazi Looted Art
5:30pm | Reception featuring complimentary cocktails and light snacks
6-8pm | Presentation
$50 registration fee per guest
Free for TMA members and Partner in Art employees
RSVP required

*CLE + Ethics Fulfillment credit available

Tuesday September 13: Tragedy to Triumph: The Woman in Gold

Altmann, Benningson and their Progeny. The story of the restitution of Gustav Klimt’s Portrait of Marie Bloch Bauer from the Republic of Austria to the Altmann family.

5:30pm | Reception featuring cash bar
6-8pm | Presentation
$15 registration fee per guest
Free for TMA members and Partner in Art employees
RSVP required

 

Please direct all questions to Bernadette: Bernadette.casey@tampamuseum.org  |  813-421-6633

 

Sponsored by:

NEW_smallDOTS

Leslie J. and Hope Barnett
Hill Ward Henderson
Shumaker, Loop & Kendrick LLP
Tampa Jewish Community Centers and Federation

Register Now

Alzheimer’s Disease, Dementia, and Memory Loss

September 14, 2016

11a-12:30p

Participate in facilitated conversations that explore art through the lenses of memory, imagination, and creativity. Care partners and their loved ones engage socially as they look at a small selection of artwork.

Register Now

Bridging the Bay

September 14, 2016

6:30 pm Champagne, Wine and Hors d’oeuvres | 7:15 pm Exhibition tour. Meet the Artist, Mernet Larsen

A special evening bringing together patrons of the Museum of Fine Arts, St. Petersburg and Tampa Museum of Art, and guests of Fifth Third Private Bank Museum of Fine Arts, 255 Beach Dr. NE, St. Petersburg, FL 33701. Complimentary valet parking on Bayshore Drive NE.

Kindly RSVP by Wednesday, September 7th to Teresa Wilkins at 727.896.2667 ext. 248 or twilkins@mfastpete.org

Register Now

Docent Program Informational Session

September 19, 2016

10a-12p

Join the new training class to become a Tampa Museum of Art Docent. Learn techniques for giving tours, meet with curators and artists, and be an ambassador for the Museum. Docent training takes place on select Mondays, from 10a-12p.

To register for the informational session and training class, please visit: http://bit.ly/29V3o8h.

Contact Brittny Bevel, Education Curator, at brittny.bevel@tampamuseum.org for more information.

Register Now

Open Session

September 21, 2016

5-6:30p

Take a break from every day trauma, stress, anxiety, and depression and join us in facilitated conversations about art. Guests are invited to bring a plus one to share in the experience.

Register Now

Fourth Friday

September 23, 2016

4-10p

Fourth Friday with TECOMeet at the Museum and experience all participating cultural venues along the Riverwalk, by foot or by Water Taxi. The Museum will offer pay-as-you-will admission. Docent tours will take place at 6 and 7p. Full dinner menu at SONO Café, along with small plate samplers and “to go” libations as you explore the Riverwalk. Visit FourthFridayTampa.com for more information.

Register Now

CITY: Fashion+Art+Culture

September 24, 2016

Saturday, September 24, 2016

CITY-LOGO-NO-YEARAn emulsion of fashion and culture, the eighth annual CITY: Fashion+Art+Culture is a signature fundraising event at the Tampa Museum of Art.  CITY aspires to raise $100,000 to bring to our community the best art of our time and the classical world and to provide educational programs for curious learners of all ages.  This event sells out every year!

This year marks a new collaboration between the Museum and Norma Kamali. The event will feature a much coveted runway show by New York City-based designer Norma Kamali, who will present iconic works spanning her 40 year career as well as new designs launching for the Spring 2017 collection on the heels of New York Fashion Week.

For the first time ever, CITY 2016’s featured designer will be the subject of a three-month-long retrospective exhibition leading up to the main event.

 

When:  Saturday, September 24, 2016
VIP reception 7-8p
Main Event 8-11p

 

Where:  Tampa Museum of Art

 

Tickets:  VIPs enjoy runway seating for the fashion show and a private cocktail hour before general admission begins at 7pm. All tickets include hors d’oeuvres by Eddie V’s, open bar, desserts, valet parking and dancing.  Please call Bernadette Casey at 813-421-8368 if interested in purchasing a VIP Ticket.

$250 VIP Ticket  | $100 General Admission | $75 Young Professional

For tickets, contact Bernadette.Casey@tampamuseum.org or (813) 421-8368

 

Committee: Henderson Everett Lee and Elise Lippincott (Co-Chairs), Lynne Couchara, Ilana Goldenberg, Natalie Goodwin, Libby Hopkins, Barbara Keskiner, Gail Levine, Frankie Linsky, Ronda Parag, Patty Pedersen, Leigh Peters, Kevin Reder, Joel Salvador, Nancy Seijas-Kipnis, Robin C. Sharp, Nina Traviesa, Debra Williams McDaniel, Pam Wysocki

 

Questions?  Please contact:
Corporate Sponsorship: Kasey Sherrick Siegel kasey.siegel@tampamuseum.org or 813.421.8375
Individual Support: Julia Gorzka Freeman julia.freeman@tampamuseum.org or 813.421.8370
Event Information: Bernadette Casey Bernadette.casey@tampamuseum.org  or 813.421.8368
Media Contact: Nancy Seijas-Kipnis nancy.kipnis@tampamuseum.org or 813.421.8374

 

Register Now

Veterans and Active Duty Military

September 28, 2016

5-6:30p

Join other military personnel and their loved ones as you explore artwork through facilitated conversations. Guests are invited to bring a family member or friend to share in the experience. Advanced registration is required for all sessions. Register at: https://tampamuseum.wufoo.com/forms/connections/

Registrants’ names are held confidential.

Sponsored by Booz | Allen | Hamilton, the Frankle Family Foundation, and the Tampa Bay Foundation for Mental Health

Register Now

Urba Night

September 28, 2016

6-8p

A social event for members of the Tampa Club and Friends of the Tampa Museum of Art. Join us! Appetizers | Cocktails | Drink Specials.

Where: The Tampa Club, 101 E. Kennedy Blvd, 41st floor.

RSVP to Todd Edwards at 813.676.6683 or Todd@thetampaclub.com

Register Now

Manuel Carrillo: VIP Patron Reception

September 29, 2016

6-8p

On view October 1, 2016 through January 8, 2017

Manuel Carrillo (Mexican, 1906-1989), known as “El Maestro Mexicano,” is celebrated for his intimate photographs of workers, the elderly, and families in his native Mexico. His black and white images portray empathy and admiration, as well as the everyday beauty of rural communities. The exhibition Manuel Carrillo: Mi Querido Mexico (My Beloved Mexico) presents nearly 30 of his photographs captured over a twenty-year period, from the late 1950s through the 1970s. This body of work illustrates Carrillo’s masterful ability to capture the mood of post-revolutionary Mexico, an era defined by cultural transformation and evolving national identity.

This exhibition is provided by Bank of America through its Art in our Communities program

Register Now

Manuel Carrillo: Member Reception

September 30, 2016

6-8p

On view October 1, 2016 through January 8, 2017

Manuel Carrillo (Mexican, 1906-1989), known as “El Maestro Mexicano,” is celebrated for his intimate photographs of workers, the elderly, and families in his native Mexico. His black and white images portray empathy and admiration, as well as the everyday beauty of rural communities. The exhibition Manuel Carrillo: Mi Querido Mexico (My Beloved Mexico) presents nearly 30 of his photographs captured over a twenty-year period, from the late 1950s through the 1970s. This body of work illustrates Carrillo’s masterful ability to capture the mood of post-revolutionary Mexico, an era defined by cultural transformation and evolving national identity.

This exhibition is provided by Bank of America through its Art in our Communities program.

Register Now

Celebrate Community Service Providers Day

October 1, 2016

11:30a or 12:45p

First responders, teachers, military members, and medical service providers and their families receive free admission to the Museum in celebration of the critical services they provide to our community. Join a special extended Art Spot and a docent-led tour through the newly opened special exhibitions at 11:30a or 12:45p. Representatives from sponsor Regions Bank will be on hand to give financial planning presentations.

Register Now

Art Spot

Monday Meditation at the Museum

What is the best way to relax after a long day of work? Especially a long Monday at work?meditation

Join the Museum and Parbawatiya Kadampa Buddhist Center for a short after work meditation class.  This is a perfect way to step away from the loud, fast paced world and learn to reduce your stress for the rest of the week.  The classes consist of guided meditations, a talk and discussion.  They are suitable for everyone from beginners to those with more experience in meditation.  Each class is self-contained, although you are welcome to attend the whole course.  Come rejuvenate your mind by joining us at the Tampa Museum of Art.  The classes are held in the Museum's beautiful space and in nearby Tampa's Curtis Hixon Waterfront Park.

Mondays 5:30 to 7pm.  No Registration Required.  Cost per class is $10 per person.

Register Now

Monday, September 12, 2016
Monday, September 19, 2016
Monday, September 26, 2016
Monday, October 3, 2016
Monday, October 10, 2016
Monday, October 17, 2016
Monday, October 24, 2016
Monday, October 31, 2016
Monday, November 7, 2016
Monday, November 14, 2016
Monday, November 21, 2016
Monday, November 28, 2016
Monday, December 5, 2016
Monday, December 12, 2016
Monday, December 19, 2016
Monday, December 26, 2016