The Maier Museum of Art
at Randolph College

Survivance: Films in Honor of Native American Heritage Month

Maier Museum of Art at Randolph College 1 Quinlan St., Lynchburg

Join us for a special screening of short films in honor of Native American Heritage Month. Screening and discussion with Jennifer Gauthier, PhD., Professor of Media and Culture, Randolph College Shaandiin Tome, Navajo Filmmaker Program: The Backroad (Ramona Emerson, 2000, Navajo) Horse You See (Melissa Henry, 2012, Navajo) Hoverboard (Sydney Freeland, 2012, Navajo) The 6thWorld […]

Canceled! Art Saturdays for High School: Plein Air Painting with artist Dan Shipley

Maier Museum of Art at Randolph College 1 Quinlan St., Lynchburg

Canceled  Why stay inside a studio all day when you can paint outside? Artist and art professor Dan Shipley will demonstrate plein air painting, or painting in the “open air.” Then, create a landscape inspired by Randolph’s campus and surrounding vistas.  Dress for the outdoors.  Art Saturdays are open to high school students free of […]

Canceled – Art Saturdays for High School: Focus on Survivance

Maier Museum of Art at Randolph College 1 Quinlan St., Lynchburg

  Canceled The 111th Annual Exhibition of Contemporary Art, Survivance, features contemporary Native art of the Southwest. The artwork - pottery and photography- is a blend of ancestral legacy and contemporary innovations. This session includes a tour and art project inspired by the exhibition.   Art Saturdays are open to high school students free of charge. […]

Museum Closed for Winter Break

The Museum is closed for the Winter Break from Thursday, December 22 through Wednesday, January 3 and will reopen for regular hours of Wednesday through Sunday from 1 - 5 pm on January 4th. We wish you happy holidays. Please plan to visit us in the new year!