Special Programs & Events
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AN EVENING WITH PAULA MCLAIN WAIT LIST ONLY
Thursday, June 2, 7:30PM
Presented in Partnership with
Morristown Festival of Books 2016
Presenting Paula McLain onstage at the Bickford Theatre to discuss her latest work, Circling the Sun.
McLain is the acclaimed author of The Paris Wife. This event is generously sponsored by Adrienne and S. Dillard Kirby.
Tickets: $25 (+$1 transaction fee)
This event is sold out. To be added to the wait list, click here.
Price includes a copy of Circling The Sun, advance access* to Museum exhibits pre- and post-lecture, and a champagne reception/book signing.
For more information about Paula McLain, the event and the 2016 Morristown Festival of Books, visit morristownbooks.org
*Museum doors open at 6:30PM. Theatre doors open at 7:00PM.
Photo by Nina Subin.
GALLERY TOUR AND TALK
GREEN FROM THE GET GO
Wednesday, June 15, 2:00PM
Join curators Tom Grotta and Jane Milosch for an exclusive tour of the Morris Museum’s current exhibition, Green from the Get Go. Including ground-breaking innovators, as well as emerging talents, the exhibition features objects that find inspiration in nature and the history of basketry. Green from the Get Go will be on view at the Morris Museum through June 26, 2016.
Tickets: $10 per person
TCI UNIQUE MINDS FILM FESTIVAL:
VIDEOS BY YOUNG PEOPLE ON THE AUTISM SPECTRUM
Thursday, June 16, 6:00PM
This interactive film festival-style event highlights videos created and directed by students from TCI Film School Productions, a program of The Children’s Institute, a school for those with autism and related disabilities. Each video includes the opportunity for the audience to meet the creator. Feel free to ask our budding filmmakers about their work and their own unique point of view. The evening begins with an art exhibition by students from TCI and light refreshments, followed by lm screenings in the Bickford Theatre starting at 7:00PM.
The Morris Museum is honored to host this evening as part of the pioneering Access-ABILITY series that showcases fine art and performing arts created by artists with disabilities.
This project is made possible in part by generous support from the Institute of Museum and Library Services.
FOR AMUSEMENT ONLY
Thursday, September 15, 6:30-8:00PM
Advance registration required.
Tickets: $7 Members/$9 Non-Members
For tickets, call 973.971.3706