Art After Dark

Fridays / 5-10 p.m.
Admission is free.

In response to the current COVID-19 situation the Museum is closed through March 31. All programs during this period are canceled.

Art After Dark : September 13

The Museum celebrates the Chinese Moon Festival, a fun time for families and friends to celebrate the moon when it is at its fullest and brightest. Enjoy traditional Chinese music, calligraphy lessons, mooncakes, and tea under the bright, full moon.

Schedule of Events

  • TGIF Meditation

    Internationally certified, mindful meditation teacher, Wenji, leads a modern meditation session. All ages welcome, no experience necessary.

  • Curator Conversation: The Moon in East Asian Art

    Laurie Barnes, Elizabeth B. McGraw Curator of Chinese Art, explores imagery of the Moon in the Chinese Collection as we celebrate the Mid-Autumn, or Moon, Festival.

  • Open Studio: Rabbit in the Moon

    Create artwork inspired by the selfless Asian folklore Rabbit in the Moon. 

  • Concert: Echoes of Nature

    Zheng Master Haiqiong Deng & Dr. Nan Liu create traditional Chinese art and play Traditional Chinese music in the Great Hall. 


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