Feb
24
Fri
Daily Gallery Talks
Feb 24 all-day
Daily Gallery Talks

11am – Gallery Talk with Donald Warhola, Artist Educators, or Collections or Curatorial Staff*

1pm
Photographic Silkscreen Demonstration in the entrance gallery

3pm
– Gallery Talk with Artist Educators

Gallery talks led by one of the museum’s artist educators have a thematic focus around a series of Warhol artworks or one of Warhol’s artistic processes. The 30-minute talk provides time for visitors to present their own insights and questions about the works of art.

Gallery talks led by Donald Warhola, one Warhol’s 10 nieces and nephews, focus on Warhola family history and stories of annual family visit’s with “Uncle Andy.” The 30-minute talk provides time for visitors to present their own insights and questions about Warhol’s life and art.

Gallery talks led by a member of the museum’s collections or curatorial staff focus on The Warhol’s permanent collection, including film and video works and Time Capsules. The 30-minute talk provides time for visitors to present their own insights and questions about the works of art.

The museum’s artist educators demonstrate Warhol’s silkscreen printing process from beginning to end, and visitors learn how the artist used this technique to create some of his most famous works of art. The 30-minute demonstration provides time for visitors to ask questions and engage in a group discussion about the impact silkscreen printing had on art in the 1960s.

*Donald Warhola (Tuesday & Wednesday), Artist Educators (Thursday, Saturday, Sunday), Collections or Curatorial Staff (Friday)

Additional Information

Please note that due to potential schedule conflicts, this tour schedule is subject to change. Check with The Warhol’s front desk staff for the latest gallery talk schedule.

Photographic Silkscreen Demonstration
Feb 24 @ 1:00 pm – 1:30 pm
Photographic Silkscreen Demonstration

Each weekday at 1 p.m., the museum’s artist educators demonstrate Andy Warhol’s silkscreen printing process from beginning to end. Visitors learn how Warhol used this technique to create some of his most famous works of art. This 30-minute demonstration provides time for visitors to ask questions and engage in a group discussion about the impact silkscreen printing had on art in the 1960s.

Feb
25
Sat
Daily Gallery Talks
Feb 25 all-day
Daily Gallery Talks

11am – Gallery Talk with Donald Warhola, Artist Educators, or Collections or Curatorial Staff*

1pm
Photographic Silkscreen Demonstration in the entrance gallery

3pm
– Gallery Talk with Artist Educators

Gallery talks led by one of the museum’s artist educators have a thematic focus around a series of Warhol artworks or one of Warhol’s artistic processes. The 30-minute talk provides time for visitors to present their own insights and questions about the works of art.

Gallery talks led by Donald Warhola, one Warhol’s 10 nieces and nephews, focus on Warhola family history and stories of annual family visit’s with “Uncle Andy.” The 30-minute talk provides time for visitors to present their own insights and questions about Warhol’s life and art.

Gallery talks led by a member of the museum’s collections or curatorial staff focus on The Warhol’s permanent collection, including film and video works and Time Capsules. The 30-minute talk provides time for visitors to present their own insights and questions about the works of art.

The museum’s artist educators demonstrate Warhol’s silkscreen printing process from beginning to end, and visitors learn how the artist used this technique to create some of his most famous works of art. The 30-minute demonstration provides time for visitors to ask questions and engage in a group discussion about the impact silkscreen printing had on art in the 1960s.

*Donald Warhola (Tuesday & Wednesday), Artist Educators (Thursday, Saturday, Sunday), Collections or Curatorial Staff (Friday)

Additional Information

Please note that due to potential schedule conflicts, this tour schedule is subject to change. Check with The Warhol’s front desk staff for the latest gallery talk schedule.

Photographic Silkscreen Demonstration
Feb 25 @ 1:00 pm – 1:30 pm
Photographic Silkscreen Demonstration

Each weekday at 1 p.m., the museum’s artist educators demonstrate Andy Warhol’s silkscreen printing process from beginning to end. Visitors learn how Warhol used this technique to create some of his most famous works of art. This 30-minute demonstration provides time for visitors to ask questions and engage in a group discussion about the impact silkscreen printing had on art in the 1960s.

Feb
26
Sun
Daily Gallery Talks
Feb 26 all-day
Daily Gallery Talks

11am – Gallery Talk with Donald Warhola, Artist Educators, or Collections or Curatorial Staff*

1pm
Photographic Silkscreen Demonstration in the entrance gallery

3pm
– Gallery Talk with Artist Educators

Gallery talks led by one of the museum’s artist educators have a thematic focus around a series of Warhol artworks or one of Warhol’s artistic processes. The 30-minute talk provides time for visitors to present their own insights and questions about the works of art.

Gallery talks led by Donald Warhola, one Warhol’s 10 nieces and nephews, focus on Warhola family history and stories of annual family visit’s with “Uncle Andy.” The 30-minute talk provides time for visitors to present their own insights and questions about Warhol’s life and art.

Gallery talks led by a member of the museum’s collections or curatorial staff focus on The Warhol’s permanent collection, including film and video works and Time Capsules. The 30-minute talk provides time for visitors to present their own insights and questions about the works of art.

The museum’s artist educators demonstrate Warhol’s silkscreen printing process from beginning to end, and visitors learn how the artist used this technique to create some of his most famous works of art. The 30-minute demonstration provides time for visitors to ask questions and engage in a group discussion about the impact silkscreen printing had on art in the 1960s.

*Donald Warhola (Tuesday & Wednesday), Artist Educators (Thursday, Saturday, Sunday), Collections or Curatorial Staff (Friday)

Additional Information

Please note that due to potential schedule conflicts, this tour schedule is subject to change. Check with The Warhol’s front desk staff for the latest gallery talk schedule.

Photographic Silkscreen Demonstration
Feb 26 @ 1:00 pm – 1:30 pm
Photographic Silkscreen Demonstration

Each weekday at 1 p.m., the museum’s artist educators demonstrate Andy Warhol’s silkscreen printing process from beginning to end. Visitors learn how Warhol used this technique to create some of his most famous works of art. This 30-minute demonstration provides time for visitors to ask questions and engage in a group discussion about the impact silkscreen printing had on art in the 1960s.

Feb
27
Mon
Daily Gallery Talks
Feb 27 all-day
Daily Gallery Talks

11am – Gallery Talk with Donald Warhola, Artist Educators, or Collections or Curatorial Staff*

1pm
Photographic Silkscreen Demonstration in the entrance gallery

3pm
– Gallery Talk with Artist Educators

Gallery talks led by one of the museum’s artist educators have a thematic focus around a series of Warhol artworks or one of Warhol’s artistic processes. The 30-minute talk provides time for visitors to present their own insights and questions about the works of art.

Gallery talks led by Donald Warhola, one Warhol’s 10 nieces and nephews, focus on Warhola family history and stories of annual family visit’s with “Uncle Andy.” The 30-minute talk provides time for visitors to present their own insights and questions about Warhol’s life and art.

Gallery talks led by a member of the museum’s collections or curatorial staff focus on The Warhol’s permanent collection, including film and video works and Time Capsules. The 30-minute talk provides time for visitors to present their own insights and questions about the works of art.

The museum’s artist educators demonstrate Warhol’s silkscreen printing process from beginning to end, and visitors learn how the artist used this technique to create some of his most famous works of art. The 30-minute demonstration provides time for visitors to ask questions and engage in a group discussion about the impact silkscreen printing had on art in the 1960s.

*Donald Warhola (Tuesday & Wednesday), Artist Educators (Thursday, Saturday, Sunday), Collections or Curatorial Staff (Friday)

Additional Information

Please note that due to potential schedule conflicts, this tour schedule is subject to change. Check with The Warhol’s front desk staff for the latest gallery talk schedule.

Photographic Silkscreen Demonstration
Feb 27 @ 1:00 pm – 1:30 pm
Photographic Silkscreen Demonstration

Each weekday at 1 p.m., the museum’s artist educators demonstrate Andy Warhol’s silkscreen printing process from beginning to end. Visitors learn how Warhol used this technique to create some of his most famous works of art. This 30-minute demonstration provides time for visitors to ask questions and engage in a group discussion about the impact silkscreen printing had on art in the 1960s.

Feb
28
Tue
Daily Gallery Talks
Feb 28 all-day
Daily Gallery Talks

11am – Gallery Talk with Donald Warhola, Artist Educators, or Collections or Curatorial Staff*

1pm
Photographic Silkscreen Demonstration in the entrance gallery

3pm
– Gallery Talk with Artist Educators

Gallery talks led by one of the museum’s artist educators have a thematic focus around a series of Warhol artworks or one of Warhol’s artistic processes. The 30-minute talk provides time for visitors to present their own insights and questions about the works of art.

Gallery talks led by Donald Warhola, one Warhol’s 10 nieces and nephews, focus on Warhola family history and stories of annual family visit’s with “Uncle Andy.” The 30-minute talk provides time for visitors to present their own insights and questions about Warhol’s life and art.

Gallery talks led by a member of the museum’s collections or curatorial staff focus on The Warhol’s permanent collection, including film and video works and Time Capsules. The 30-minute talk provides time for visitors to present their own insights and questions about the works of art.

The museum’s artist educators demonstrate Warhol’s silkscreen printing process from beginning to end, and visitors learn how the artist used this technique to create some of his most famous works of art. The 30-minute demonstration provides time for visitors to ask questions and engage in a group discussion about the impact silkscreen printing had on art in the 1960s.

*Donald Warhola (Tuesday & Wednesday), Artist Educators (Thursday, Saturday, Sunday), Collections or Curatorial Staff (Friday)

Additional Information

Please note that due to potential schedule conflicts, this tour schedule is subject to change. Check with The Warhol’s front desk staff for the latest gallery talk schedule.

Photographic Silkscreen Demonstration
Feb 28 @ 1:00 pm – 1:30 pm
Photographic Silkscreen Demonstration

Each weekday at 1 p.m., the museum’s artist educators demonstrate Andy Warhol’s silkscreen printing process from beginning to end. Visitors learn how Warhol used this technique to create some of his most famous works of art. This 30-minute demonstration provides time for visitors to ask questions and engage in a group discussion about the impact silkscreen printing had on art in the 1960s.