Join us for more MUSIC, DRINKS, and ART at After Hours at the Speed.
On the third Friday of the month, the Museum will be open until 10 pm! Each After Hours event comes alive with an eclectic mix of music, performances, food + drinks by Wiltshire at The Speed Art Museum
, and of course art! After Hours includes programming designed for families from 5-7 pm, all ages welcome! Come experience the Speed like you’ve never experienced it before.
FREE TO MEMBERS!
Become a member for free access: speedmuseum.org/membership
(General admission rates apply.)
January’s exciting events include:
— WUOL, NouLou Chamber Players
perform Erwin Schulhoff’s Concertino for flute, viola, and bass. A Czechoslovakian Jewish composer targeted by the Nazis for producing “entartete musik” (degenerate music), Schulhoff’s life was tragically cut short in 1942, when he contracted tuberculosis in Wülzburg concentration camp.
— Raffle opportunities from Do502
— Jecorey Arthur
will present his family program, @Classical Corner, featuring hands-on orchestra conducting with the Compass Quartet, composition coloring with the Speed’s education department, a drum circle with DrumSmart, and an instrument petting zoo.
— An in-gallery talk with curator Miranda Lash and WFPL’s Ashlie Stevens
on the special exhibition, Keltie Ferris: *O*P*E*N*
— Screening of I Am Cuba (Soy Cuba) at Speed Cinema
(tickets sold separately)
— Secrets and Stories Tour with Shannon Karol
— WFPK Stacy Owen presents “Rock & Roll vs. Censorship: Six Decades of Banned Hit Songs, Live with GRLwood
— A special menu designed for After Hours by Wiltshire at The Speed Art Museum
— A cash bar and special menu designed for After Hours by Wiltshire at the Speed
— And more!
FREE FOR MEMBERS / $18 non-members