Themed Tour: In Good Company
Thursday, December 29
Join us for a tour of the artists in the permanent collection that are also in world renowned museums like the Louvre, The Getty and the National Gallery of Art. See old favorites, discover something new and gain fresh insight into some of our most popular works of art.
The tour meets in the museum lobby at 2 p.m. Free for museum members; included with the cost of admission for nonmembers. To RSVP for this Themed Tour, click here.
Second Sunday Film Series: Down Missouri Way
Sunday, January 8
Kicking off the Appleton’s 30th anniversary, join us for the 1946 film, Down Missouri Way, featuring the talented Martha O’Driscoll — who was also known as Mrs. Appleton! Romance and music accompany this comedy about a film director searching for a mule to star in his new movie. (73 min)
The Appleton's Second Sunday Art Film Series is free for members and included in the price of admission for nonmembers.
Trade and Treasures: Art in the Spanish Americas
Friday, January 20
The 18th Century was a time of exploration, conquest and incredible wealth for Spanish colonists in the New World. Join Appleton curator Patricia Tomlinson as she reveals the dazzling world of the Spanish Americas and how global trade through the famed Manila Galleons influenced both art and culture.
This free event is open to the public and held in combination with the exhibition, Power & Piety: Spanish Colonial Art.
Director's Circle members are invited at 5 p.m. for a special reception. RSVP required to Colleen Harper by clicking here, or contacting 352-291-4455, ext. 1831.