Art of Storytelling: Featuring Moses Goods (Native Hawaiian)

Moses Goods (Native Hawaiian) is one of Hawai'i's most prominent theater artists and storytellers. Moses shares traditional Hawaiian stories with a contemporary twist, including one featuring the legendary trickster Maui. The talk will be available to stream on demand on the museum's YouTube channel.

Free

Shakespeare Hour LIVE!

Join Shakespeare Theatre Company and like-minded fans of the Bard for Shakespeare Hour LIVE!, an ongoing tour through every corner of the Shakespeare universe. Artistic Director Simon Godwin and Resident Dramaturg Drew Lichtenberg gather online with special guests each week to discuss a new topic and allow audiences the opportunity to ask questions live. These […]

$10

Radical Disobedience with Deborah Castillo

On the 214th anniversary of the first raising of the Venezuelan flag, WPA will screen Deborah Castillo’s recorded performance, “Slapping Power," followed by a moderated artist talk and Q&A, as part of Notions of Exile.

Free

Regeneron STS 2021 Virtual Public Exhibition of Projects

The Regeneron Science Talent Search (Regeneron STS) is the nation’s most prestigious pre-college science competition, providing an important forum for original research that is recognized and reviewed by a national jury of professional scientists. Please join this year's 40 Regeneron STS finalists as they display and present their research virtually! Regeneron STS finalists will discuss […]

Free

Virtual Happy Hour: Rosa Bonheur

The National Museum of Women in the Arts celebrates Rosa Bonheur's birthday with a virtual happy hour and discussion of her work.

Free

Shakespeare Hour LIVE!

Join Shakespeare Theatre Company and like-minded fans of the Bard for Shakespeare Hour LIVE!, an ongoing tour through every corner of the Shakespeare universe. Artistic Director Simon Godwin and Resident Dramaturg Drew Lichtenberg gather online with special guests each week to discuss a new topic and allow audiences the opportunity to ask questions live. These […]

$10

Animal Communication

Do you think your dog talks to you? Arik Kershenbaum, a zoologist at the University of Cambridge, explores the nature of how animals communicate and whether we’ll ever be able to understand what they’re saying—or if they are saying anything at all.

$20 – $25

Mother Tongue Film Festival 2021: Anthropologists as Storytellers – Archival Roundtable

Join us for a roundtable discussion exploring anthropologists and filmmakers Lina Fruzzetti (Brown University) and Ákos Östör (Wesleyan University)'s 30-year collaboration—spanning numerous publications and six films. Moderated by Alice Apley (Director, Documentary Education Resources) and joined by Pam Wintle (Senior Film Archivist, Human Studies Film Archive), this roundtable will focus on Fruzzetti and Östör's important […]

Free

The Pacific Ring of Fire: A Geologic Overview

The Pacific Ocean’s Ring of Fire is a vast horseshoe-shaped basin that sweeps over nearly 25,000 miles and is marked by relentless tectonic movements that drive earthquake and volcanic activity in hot spots such as Peru, New Zealand, Japan, and Alaska. Join volcanologist Kirt Kempter for a detailed introduction to one of planet’s most volatile […]

$25 – $30

The Flavors of Charleston: Signature Foods, Recipes, and Their Stories

Join Chef Kevin Mitchell and historian David S. Shields for a delicious dive into the culinary specialties of the Charleston region, which include the famous rice and seafood dishes of the Low Country. Cook along as the chef demonstrates one of the region’s signatures dishes: Hoppin’ John.

$20 – $25

Forgotten No More: Rediscovering Remarkable Women

From a Dutch artist’s workshop and a Frankfurt classroom in the 17th century to the streets of Washington in the early 1900s to musical stages today, women have been making strides in their fields that have often been overlooked, uncredited, or forgotten by time. Celebrate Women’s History Month by spending a fascinating day with four […]

$80 – $90