1:00 pm –2:30 pm
Both Alexander Calder and Pablo Picasso were masters of reinvention, constantly experimenting with different materials, including wire, sheet metal, everyday objects, and beyond. Let’s explore how these two artists adapted their sculptural practice based on the materials at hand.
Curious about Calder-Picasso? Inquiring Minds invites participants to explore different themes within the exhibition through small group conversation facilitated by museum educators. These sessions focus on a handful of artworks and are participatory in nature—they are not lectures. Come as you are, with your observations, ideas, and opinions.
This summer, Inquiring Minds will be offered both in person and virtually. In-person sessions will meet in the Taylor Lobby before moving into the exhibition. We will explore four to six artworks in depth over the course of the program. Stools and headsets will be provided.