Docent Art Talk: Fritz Scholder: A Walking Paradox, presented by Jan Weidenhammer

Tucson Museum of Art and Historic Block 140 North Main Avenue, Tucson, AZ, United States

Fritz Scholder revolutionized Native American art. Explore his sometimes uncomfortable “Indian paintings” to learn how this master of color and composition turned stereotypes on their heads, becoming a celebrated mainstream artist in the bargain. Docent Art Talks have officially moved from Wednesday afternoons in the Spring to a monthly year-round program coinciding with TMA’s Second […]

Prospective Docent Coffee

Tucson Museum of Art and Historic Block 140 North Main Avenue, Tucson, AZ, United States

Join us for a presentation and discussion about becoming a docent at the Tucson Museum of Art. Followed by a short presentation by our vice presidents for training, you’ll have the opportunity to meet and visit with our training mentors. We will meet in the Larkin Patio in the Alice Chaiten Baker Center for Art […]

Docent Art Talk: Motherhood: The Greatest Gift, presented by Martin Randall

Tucson Museum of Art and Historic Block 140 North Main Avenue, Tucson, AZ, United States

The gift of motherhood is something that we can all relate to at a very personal level. In honor of Mother's Day, we take a look at how motherhood has been depicted in art throughout history and across many different cultures, from the Ancient Americas to the present day. Docent Art Talks have officially moved […]

Docent Art Talk: Why Warhol? Presented by Sherman Bodner

How did the Pittsburgh-born son of working-class immigrants transform the art world? Why does Andy Warhol still matter? We’ll see four decades of Warhol’s art, hear from his admirers and detractors -- and discover how he caused commotion during his visits to Tucson. Monthly lectures examine art and artists that have influenced the world, from […]