Events

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Upcoming Events

The Bowdoin College Museum of Art offers extensive public programs throughout the year.

What's New? Highlighted Acquisitions from 2020
5:30PM
What's New? Highlighted Acquisitions from 2020

A special presentation exploring a selection of art works that the Bowdoin College Museum of Art has added to its collection in the last year

Art Up Close at the BCMA | Episode 6
1:00PM
Art Up Close at the BCMA | Episode 6

A short conversation about a work in the Museum's collection.

On Being Present: Recovering Blackness in the Uffizi Galleries
4:30PM
On Being Present: Recovering Blackness in the Uffizi Galleries

Justin Randolph Thompson, Director and Co-Founder of Black History Month Florence, speaks about the project, “On Being Present: Recovering Blackness in the Uffizi Galleries”

Art Up Close at the BCMA | Episode 7
1:00PM
Art Up Close at the BCMA | Episode 7

A short conversation about a work in the Museum's collection

Art Up Close at the BCMA | Episode 8
1:00PM
Art Up Close at the BCMA | Episode 8

A short conversation about a work in the Museum's collection

Virtual Family Saturday at the Museum of Art
10:00AM
Virtual Family Saturday at the Museum of Art

BCMA student interns lead a virtual Saturday morning program for all ages

Art Up Close at the BCMA | Episode 9
1:00PM
Art Up Close at the BCMA | Episode 9

A short conversation about a work in the Museum's collection.

Art Up Close at the BCMA | Episode 10
1:00PM
Art Up Close at the BCMA | Episode 10

A short conversation about a work in the collection of the Museum.

Virtual Family Saturday at the Museum of Art
10:00AM
Virtual Family Saturday at the Museum of Art

BCMA student interns lead a virtual Saturday morning program for all ages

Samuel Waldo and the American Heroes of Louisbourg: Examining Their Role in Colonization and Enslavement in early New England
5:30PM
Samuel Waldo and the American Heroes of Louisbourg: Examining Their Role in Colonization and Enslavement in early New England

This reexamination of Robert Feke’s 1748 "Portrait of Brigadier-General Samuel Waldo," one of the colonial masterpieces of Bowdoin College Museum of Art collection