FEBRUARY AT THE O KEEFFE
1 Monday, February 1, 9 AM Breakfast with O’Keeffe: O’Keeffe Through the Lens
Start your day with art and coffee! Enjoy a talk by David Scheinbaum discussing Todd Webb and his life and work in New Mexico Museum Education
= Annex, 123 Grant Avenue $15, includes Museum
= admission; Members, free Reservations required.
5 Friday, February 5, 5–7 PM First Friday: Susan York at the O’Keeffe!
Celebrate artist Susan York’s installation of graphite sculptures and drawings, Carbon. Visit with the artist, enjoy live music and drawing in the galleries Museum
= open from 10 AM to 7 PM; activities from 5 to 7 PM. Reservations not required Georgia O’Keeffe Museum,
= 217 Johnson Street Free with Museum admission.
9 Tuesday, February 9, 6 PM Citation/Collaboration: Ai Weiwei and Bert Benally’s Pull of the Moon
This talk will explore the history of sandpainting as the inspiration for the large-scale artwork, and the nature of transcultural collaboration in the Southwest. Presented by Fellow Alicia Guzman, PhD candidate, Visual and Cultural Studies, University of Rochester, New York. Museum Education Annex, 123 Grant Avenue $5; members, free.
13 Saturday, February 13, 9:30–11:30 AM Opera Makes Sense: Romeo and Juliet, a Special Pre K Family Program
Explore opera through dance, movement, music, costumes, art and much more! This event is part of a four-program series that occurs each Saturday in February. For children ages 3-5 accompanied by parent or caregiver Meet at the Georgia O’Keeffe
= Museum, 217 Johnson Street Free for families.
= Please RSVP to FirstPresCDC@gmail.com.
16 Tuesday, February 16, 6–8 PM Workshop: Line Drawing
Create images using simple lines that can turn into shapes and figures. All skill levels welcome! Led by artist, Lea Andersson Museum Education
= Annex, 123 Grant Avenue $20; Members, $10. =
18 Thursday, February 18, 4–5:30 PM Workshop: Teachers’ Open House
This is an opportunity for teachers of all grade levels to see the current exhibition, and to learn from Education staff how the Museum can complement your curriculum. Following the event, stroll next door to the Georgia Restaurant for happy-hour specials for teachers Georgia
= O’Keeffe Museum, 217 Johnson Street Free with teacher
= ID. To learn more visit okeeffemuseum.org/education.
23 Tuesday, February 23, 5–6 PM Conversation: A Look Into the Archives: Georgia O’Keeffe and Todd Webb
Elizabeth Ehrnst, Archives and Digital Collections Librarian at the Georgia O’Keeffe Museum, will share some of the treasures and stories relating to Georgia O’Keeffe and Todd Webb’s long friendship Museum
= Research Center, 135 Grant Avenue $20; Members,
= $10. Reservations required.
24 Wednesday, February 24, 12:30 PM Conversation: LOO’K Closer: Art Talk at Lunchtime
A member of the Georgia O’Keeffe Museum’s curatorial department will lead an insightful 15-minute discussion of a work of art currently on exhibit Georgia O’Keeffe
= Museum, 217 Johnson Street Free with Museum admission. No reservation required.