Schedule & Location
- Tuesdays, 6–7:15 pm
- November 30, 2021
- January 4, 2022
- January 25, 2022
- March 1, 2022
- This course will take place at the museum in Sharp Auditorium and online via livestream.
- Online registrants will receive a link to access the course session live stream prior to the start of the session.
Register for individual sessions or the entire course. To register for the in-person course in Sharp Auditorium, please purchase an onsite ticket. To register for the online livestream of the course, please purchase an online ticket.
All course registrants will receive a link to the recorded course session, which will be available to view for two weeks after the course. You do not need to purchase both tickets to access a recording of the course.
- Museum Friends:
- $60 full course
- $15 individual session
- Please log into your Museum Friends account to access discounted tickets.
- $68 full course
- $17 individual sessions
- General Public:
- $80 full course
- $20 individual sessions
Whistler to Cassatt: The Making of an Exhibition
Get a behind-the-scenes look at the challenges and process of bringing the exhibition Whistler to Cassatt: American Painters in France to life.
Learn about the American artists who studied in Paris, their annual escape to the countryside, and how Impressionists created or transformed these summer artists’ colonies.
Mary, Louisine, and Bertha: Three American Women Who Put Impressionism on the Map
Learn about the crucial roles played by artist Mary Cassatt and collectors Bertha Honoré Palmer and Louisine Havemeyer in cementing the popularity of Impressionist art in France and the US.
Note: The museum has made the decision to deliver this course session as a virtual event. If you registered for in-person attendance, you will be refunded and only charged the fee for online access.
Henry Ossawa Tanner and Black Artists in Paris, c. 1900
Join this discussion on Black US artists who challenged racist stereotypes in Paris during the 1890s and twentieth century.
Lifelong Learning and Access programs are supported by the William Randolph Hearst Endowment for Education Programs, Nancy Benson Education Endowment Fund, CenturyLink Endowment, Jim Kelley and Amie Knox Education Endowment Fund, and the Cooke-Daniels Fund. Support is also provided by the Institute of Museum and Library Services, NextFifty Initiative, Colorado Garden Foundation, Colorado Creative Industries, and the residents who support the Scientific and Cultural Facilities District (SCFD).