NOTE: In preparation for the special and elaborate exhibition “Branding the American West” at Stark Museum of Art, the Museum will be closing some galleries. Beginning January 23, we invite the public to come by to view Gallery 4 (Arts of the American Indians) and the many objects located in wall cases in the Lobby and the open corridor. We appreciate your patience while we are working to bring you something exciting and new!
 

 
The Stark Museum of Art offers a wide range of programs for adults including lectures, tours, gallery conversations, studio workshops, and more throughout the year. For a full list of offerings, see below.

Adult Studio Art Workshop

Discover the joy of art-making during our Adult Studio Art Workshops at the Stark Museum of Art. Meet local artists, connect with works of art on exhibit, and explore a variety of media and techniques through this quarterly workshop series just for adults. Read more…

CREATE! Workshops

Save the date and come CREATE! The Stark Museum of Art invites you to a unique, hands-on studio experience! Enjoy a brief Museum visit where you will look closely, discuss, and interpret a work of art that introduces a theme or idea then head to the Art Studio where you will play, experiment, and learn a new way of making art. This is great, family fun for everyone, young and old!
Find out more about the workshops and to register… Read more…

Gallery Conversations

Designed just for adults, Gallery Conversations provides lifelong learners the opportunity to explore the Stark Museum of Art’s Collection in depth through a series of informal lectures and conversations led by area and regional experts in art, history, and more. Read more…

Lecture

Each year the Stark Museum of Art hosts a special evening lecture and reception in conjunction with a special exhibition.

Slow Art Day

The Stark Museum of Art hosts an annual Slow Art Day. One day each year people all over the world visit local museums and galleries to look at art slowly. Participants are asked to look at five works of art for 10 minutes each and then meet together to talk about their experience.