Members, thank you for your continued support of Reynolda. While the Museum may be closed, we are working hard behind-the-scenes to bring the art, learning, and nature you love into your homes. Enjoy our latest videos ahead of their public debut, and be on the lookout for new offerings in your inbox over the next few weeks. And if there is something you want to see more of, let us know! 
LECTURES
OBJECT OF THE MONTH:
L.C. Tiffany: Favrile Glass
Detail. Louis Comfort Tiffany, 1848–1933.  Vase , 1910. Made by Tiffany Studios (Corona, Queens, New York). Reynolda Estate.
Louis C. Tiffany sought to recreate in modern furnaces the iridescence and color gradations of ancient glass objects recently uncovered in the Middle East, where glass blowing began two millennia earlier. In our latest Object of the Month talk, now virtually shared with Members, Reynolda's Manager of School and Family Learning Julia Hood explores the changing light and colors found in Tiffany Studio's works in Reynolda's historic collection.
CALL-A-CURATOR
In our Call-A-Curator series, team members share new perspectives on art, history, and everything Reynolda.


KATHARINE'S HEALTHY HABITS
Director of Archives and Library Bari Helms takes you back to the early 19th century and chronicles the estate's relationship with germs.

New!
ANNA DOROTHEA FOSTER AND CHARLOTTE ANNA DICK
by Gilbert Stuart
Curator Allison Slaby shines a light on the Museum's latest acquisition by the most renowned portraitist of America’s  early national period .
FAMILIES
SEND A LETTER WITH PERSONALITY
Send a letter to someone special with Reynolda's Manager of School and Family Learning Julia Hood as she continues her popular Pop-Up Studio video series with a new episode on mail art.