Third Thursdays: Memory Games

Thursday, November 21, 5:30 PM

Tickets $5-$15 | Purchase online or at 617 278 5156

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PROGRAM
This month, we’re inspired by the new exhibition Last Seen by contemporary artist Sophie Calle, who created a body of work in response to the 1990 theft at the Museum. How do our memories play tricks on us?

THROUGHOUT THE EVENING | 6 pm to 8:30 pm
Studio Artivity: Block Printing
Be inspired by the sumptuous fabrics in the Dutch Room and create your own print. Space is limited.

Roving Memory Journals
Find one of these journals, get creative, and pass it along.

Sketch Back
A close-up, collaborative activity based on the missing works.

SHORT AND SWEET: 15-20 MINUTE TALKS
Gardner 101 | 6:30 pm / 7:30 pm
An introduction to Isabella Gardner, her collection, and the Museum today. Space is limited.

Last Seen | 7 pm / 8 pm
Discuss Sophie Calle’s thought-provoking work with Tiffany York, Residency and Contemporary Program Manager. Space is limited.

JAZZ AT THE GARDNER | 7 PM / 8 PM
BLUEGRASS, ROOTS AND STRINGS

High Rock Mountain brings you a tribute to bluegrass, newgrass, blues and American roots music, led by Berklee Professor Dave Hollender, and featuring Sadie Currey, Chris Rooney, Jordan Alleman, JD Williams, and Nate Sabat. Sit back, relax, and enjoy! Jazz at the Gardner concerts will now be included in the price of admission to Third Thursdays. Seating in Calderwood Hall will be available on a first come, first served basis.

Cash wine bar around the Courtyard. Café G open for snacks, dinner, and drinks.

TICKETING | Includes Museum admission
Adults / $15
Seniors / $12
Members / Free
College students / $5

Students from colleges and universities participating in the University Membership Program receive free admission. See a list of participating schools.

Fidelity Investments® is a premier sponsor of Music at the Gardner. Thursday evening concerts are made possible in part the Barbara Lee Program Fund. The Museum receives operating support from the Massachusetts Cultural Council. The piano is dedicated as the Alex d’Arberloff Steinway. Promotional support provided by WGBH.