We hope you enjoy the latest #ReynoldaAtHome offerings. Members, be on the lookout for brand new ways that you can exclusively engage with the Museum in a virtual world.
New! Virtual Program
Inspired by Katharine Smith Reynolds' "salons," we are excited to offer a free new weekly series for digital engagement — from our sofa to yours.

Intentionally designed to stimulate conversations concerning themes of Reynolda's history and the Museum's collection of American art, anyone who is naturally curious and has access to the internet can join! One week may be a slow looking exercise and the next a writing prompt—you'll find out each Sunday when you open your special invitation.

Like the intellectual gatherings of Katharine's time, each meeting will offer opportunities for creativity and social engagement.

Each Sunday, Manager of Community and Academic Learning Amber Albert will send an invitation via email to those who have registered that outlines the week's activity and/or identifies a guest host. The following Wednesday afternoon, Amber will convene a Zoom session during which time group members can share their ideas.

For the benefit of those in the group and their internet connection, we are capping each Wednesday Zoom session to 30 people. The first session will be held April 15.
Haven’t dyed your Easter eggs yet? Hop to it and watch our eggciting Pop-Up Studio episode where we show you how to dye your eggs with natural materials. Show us your eggs and your other Pop-Up Studio creations with  #ReynoldaatHome  — we’re dyeing to see what you make!