Director's Screening of America Rising: The Arts of the Gilded Age

Thursday, December 14
6 p.m.
$15
Using more than ninety paintings, drawings, photographs, and sculptural works by such important American artists as John Singer Sargent, Childe Hassam, Winslow Homer, Alfred Stieglitz, and Augustus Saint-Gaudens, writer/director Michael Maglaras tells the story of the rising of American society through the voices of some of its most creative spirits. The film includes the only known footage of Mark Twain, taken in 1909 and commentary by Wake Forest University art history scholar David Lubin.
The Centennial Christmas at Reynolda
A 1917 Christmas Tours

Day Tours
December 12 and 19
Tours depart between 2 p.m. and 3:30 p.m.

Evening Tours are sold out!

A century after the first Reynolda Christmas, we invite you to see Reynolda like no other time of year, decorated according to Katharine Reynolds's instructions, and brought alive through festive stories told by a costumed butler, nurse, party-goer, and a school teacher. Tours last approximately 1 hour.
Caroling Fridays
Each Friday, through December 22
Begins at approximately 2:45 p.m.

Join friends old and new in the Reception Hall of Reynolda to sing along with Christmas carols played on the Aeolian organ, led by Museum staff and special guests. Free with Museum admission. Advance reservation is not required.
A Christmas Memory
Sunday, December 17
4 p.m.
Members/students $15, non-members $20

For the 31st consecutive year, actress Robin Voiers stars in a one-woman adaptation of "A Christmas Memory," Truman Capote's tale of his own humble childhood and some uniquely quaint holiday traditions.
What's Your Reynolda Story?
It's hard to say how a trip to R eynolda will inspire you. Meet Maya, a Wake Forest University​ senior, who visited during our 2016 exhibition A nsel Adams: Eloquent Light , and is now a studio art major. Maya recently got inked with our centennial logo to mark her lifelong inspiration!

Show us how you do #Reynolda100 . Share your memories and hopes for the future of Reynolda by visiting reynoldahouse.org/100 .