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October 2021

James Playdate | Move & GrooveIn-Person ProgramYouth & Family Program

We welcome our youngest learners and their caregivers every first Friday. Grab your stroller and join us for a morning filled with art, touchable objects, stories, songs, and a chance to connect with other adults. Each month brings a new theme and fun ways to explore through creative play. ...
Oct 01
10:30 am - 11:30 am
Included with admission; free for members

Drop-In Art: Screen PrintingArt MakingIn-Person ProgramWorkshop

Inspired by the exhibition? Drop by our studio for some hands-on artmaking. Learn more about the process Andy Warhol used to create his colorful Pop art prints. Make a silkscreen print of your own to take home. Open to all ages. ...
Oct 02 - Jan 09
Included with admission; free for members

Gypsy Wind$10 TuesdayIn-Person ProgramLive Music

Enjoy live music, art, and happy hour specials. Gypsy Wind’s style carries its listeners on a musical journey from the Kentucky bluegrass of Bill Monroe to the gypsy swing of Django Reinhardt. Working in a medium of acoustic instruments, they offer a new take on an old blend of jazz, swing, bluegrass, and folk. ...
Oct 05
5:30 pm - 7:30 pm
Included with admission; free for members

Family Day | Art that POPS!Art MakingIn-Person ProgramYouth & Family Program

Learn about the colorful work of Andy Warhol and create your own Pop art inspired print. Family Day includes an interactive, kid-friendly tour, story time in the galleries, and an artmaking workshop. ...
Oct 09
10:30 am - 12:30 pm
Included with admission; free for members

The Warp of Time: A Celebration of Indigenous People’s DayDiscussionIn-Person ProgramMovie

Join master weaver Concepción Poou Coy Tharin (Q’eqchi’ Maya) as she demonstrates the endangered art of pikb’il weaving using a traditional backstrap loom. Concepción will be joined by anthropologist Dr. Gabrielle Vail for a discussion of the significance of this ancient tradition and its importance in contemporary Q’eqchi’ culture. ...
Oct 12
5:30 pm
Included with admission; free for members

Exploring Indigenous Ways of KnowingAdult ProgramDiscussionIn-Person ProgramLearning SeriesScholar Talk

Learn about indigenous worldview, cultural practices, and unique ways of knowing in this lifelong learning course offered by Dr. Gabrielle Vail in collaboration with indigenous artists, writers, and educators. ...
Oct 14
$140; $115 for members

“Warhol’s West” Member ReceptionAdult ProgramExhibitionIn-Person Program

Converse with fellow members as you enjoy light bites and a welcome drink. See famous faces like Geronimo, Annie Oakley, Sitting Bull, and Theodor Roosevelt as you explore Pop artist Andy Warhol’s fascination with the American West. Special guest Seth Hopkins, executive director of the Booth Museum in Cartersville, Georgia, and curator of Warhol’s West. Registration required, limited spots available. Don’t forget members can see Warhol’s West before it opens to the public during our member preview day October 1st. ...
Oct 15
6:00 pm - 8:00 pm
Free for members!

Andy Warhol Played Cowboys & Indians? | Seth HopkinsAdult ProgramDiscussionIn-Person Program

Meet Seth Hopkins, executive director of the Booth Museum in Cartersville, Georgia, and curator of Warhol’s West. Hopkins will trace the Pop artist’s love affair with the American West, and his fascination with its lore. From a six-gun-wielding Elvis Presley and cowboy-hat-clad Dennis Hopper to fights with John Wayne’s estate and racially charged discourse surrounding Teddy Roosevelt, learn about the good, the bad, and the ugly of Warhol’s West. ...
Oct 16
2:00 pm
Included with admission; free for members

Revitalizing Language & Culture: Kaqchikel (Maya) and Tunica Experiences$10 TuesdayAdult ProgramDiscussionIn-Person ProgramScholar Talk

This presentation explores ways that Indigenous languages encapsulate Indigenous worldviews, cultural practice, and ways of knowing. Dr. Judith Maxwell, professor of Linguistics and Anthropology from Tulane University, draws examples from Kaqchikel, a highland Mayan language of Guatemala with around a half million speakers, and from Tunica, a language isolate of Louisiana, with no native speakers, but a cohort of 80+ language learners. Moderated by Dr. Gabrielle Vail. ...
Oct 19
6:00 pm
Included with admission; free for members

Half Broke | Ginger GaffneyAdult ProgramBook ClubIn-Person Program

Both the horses and the residents were angry and bad-tempered when Ginger Gaffney arrived at an alternative prison camp in New Mexico. Bringing them together was healing for both, as well as for Gaffney, still haunted by her own troubled childhood. Author Ginger Gaffney will join us via Zoom to answer questions about her memoir. ...
Oct 21
11:00 am - 12:30 am
Included with admission; free for members

Wine & Warhol

The James Museum pairs well with Try Wine® Bar and Retail Tasting Lab. Join us for an evening of seasonal varietals from Kita Wines, music, art, and mingling as we discuss Andy Warhol’s favorite beverages and bites. ...
Oct 22
6:00 pm - 8:00 pm
$55; $45 for members

Trailblazer Costumes and Cupcakes with The CuratorTrailblazer Event

Join us for a night of Halloween fun! Meet us in our breath-taking canyon café this Tuesday, October 26th from 6:00pm to 8:00pm for this Trailblazer exclusive event, Cupcakes and Costumes with the Curator. Snack on some sweet desserts as you mingle with your fellow trailblazers and meet with our Curator. Afterwards enjoy a private tour with Curator Emily Kapes as we take a look at our special exhibition Warhol’s West. Costumes extremely encouraged, limited spots available, registration required. Thank you to our generous sponsor Publix Super Market. ...
Oct 26
6:00 pm - 8:00 pm
Free for Trailblazers
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