EXHIBITIONS
TIFFANY GLASS:
PAINTING WITH COLOR AND LIGHT
Organized by The Neustadt Collection of Tiffany Glass
Opening March 28
Tiffany Studios, New York. Landscape Hanging Shade (detail), ca. 1905. Leaded glass, bronze. The Neustadt Collection of Tiffany Glass, Queens, NY
As a painter, Louis C. Tiffany was captivated by the interplay of light and color, and this fascination found its most spectacular expression in his glass “paintings.” Using new and innovative techniques and materials, Tiffany Studios created leaded-glass windows and lampshades in vibrant colors and richly varied patterns, textures, and opacities.
The exhibition features some of the most celebrated of Tiffany’s works. 
PRIVATE LIFE: Domestic and Interior Spaces in Twentieth-Century Art
Northwest Bedroom Gallery
Through September 26, 2020
Yasuo Kuniyoshi,  Still Life , 1928, Courtesy of Barbara Millhouse © 2019 © 2019 Estate of Yasuo Kuniyoshi / Licensed by VAGA at Artists Rights Society (ARS), NY.
Drawn from the art collections of Reynolda and Wake Forest University, the exhibition explores how interiors reflect the inner self of both subjects and artists and invites the public to gaze through artists’ eyes into spaces that were never meant to be seen.  Private Life  features works by artists such as John Sloan, Alice Neel and Yasuo Kuniyoshi.  
MARCH 1–7
FAMILY FIRST: Batik Silk
Sunday, March 1
2–4 p.m.
$15; $10 for Museum Members, art materials are provided
Have you ever wanted to paint designs on silk fabric? In this workshop, discover Betye Saar’s silk painting A Matter of Clarity (1981) and then develop your own design and silk painting.
HUMBUG! THE POLITICS OF ART CRITICISM IN NEW YORK’S PENNY PRESS, with Wendy Katz, Reynolda Mellon Fellow and Visiting Professor
Tuesday, March 3
5:30 p.m.
$10, Free for Museum Members
Reynolda’s collection features nineteenth-century artists who were celebrated in their own day. In Humbug! , Katz talks about the painters and sculptors who were excluded from this charmed circle.
OBJECT OF THE MONTH:
A Matter of Clarity by Betye Saar, with Julianne Miao
Wednesday, March 4
1 p.m.  
Free with museum admission
Betye Saar,  A Matter of Clarity , 1981, handkerchief collage (batik fabric, paper, paint, plastic, glitter, ink), 12 1/2 x 12 1/2, Courtesy of Barbara B. Millhouse, image courtesy of the artist and Roberts Projects, Los Angeles, California.
Reynolda Curatorial Fellow Julianne Miao will shine a light on Betye Saar's "A Matter of Clarity."
MARCH 8–14
MEMBERS' SHOP AND SHARE DAY
Thursday, March 12
9:30 a.m–5:30 p.m.
Museum Members are invited to bring up to four friends for free admission to the Museum all day. All Members receive 20% off all items in the Store, plus 50% off one item.
MEMBERS' ART TRIP: Exploring Shapes & Colors in Durham
Friday, March 13
8 a.m–5 p.m.
$125; Museum Members only; includes transportation, tours, lunch, and snacks
The first stop will be at Duke University’s Nasher Museum of Art to explore Ebony G. Patterson . . . while the dew is still on the roses . . . Following lunch, the group will then tour the historic 1932 Duke University Chapel with a special look at its stained glass window s.
ROSE CARE CLINIC: About a Dozen Things You Need to Grow Good Roses, with Jimmy Speas
Cosponsored by the Winston-Salem Rose Society
Saturday, March 14
10 a.m–noon
Free; no registration required
Join us in the Reynolda Gardens Education Wing as we hear from Jimmy Speas and the Winston-Salem Rose Society on rose selection and care throughout the year.
MARCH 15–21
DAY TRIP TO BARTLETT TREE RESEARCH LAB AND ARBORETUM
Tuesday, March 17
8 a.m.–5 p.m.
$50; $40 for Friends of Reynolda Gardens
Register and pay by March 10, space is limited
Take an exclusive tour of this important research facility and join Gardens experts on a quest to catch the largest collection of Magnolia cultivars in the world in bloom, along with rhododendrons, crabapples, camellias, and bulbs.
SPECIAL FOR MUSEUM MEMBERS: Book Club
Tuesdays, March 17, 24, and 31
5–6 p.m.
Free for Museum Members and a guest
Explore the entanglements of love and artistry behind Tiffany Studios as we read Clara and Mr. Tiffany . For three consecutive weeks, plan to meet with this group to discuss a new section of the work. The final session will end with a private group tour of the Tiffany exhibition.


REYNOLDA GARDENS THIRD THURSDAY TOURS
Begins Thursday, March 19. Continues each third Thursday of the month through July 16
10 a.m. and 6 p.m.
Free
Join staff on monthly guided tours through the formal gardens. Highlights will include what’s currently blooming in the gardens, what to look for in the coming weeks, and an opportunity to engage with the staff in an informal manner.
MORE BARN CONCERT SERIES:
Shana Tucker
Thursday, March 19
8 p.m.
Tickets start at $25
With a deep respect for lyrical storytelling, cellist/singer-songwriter
Shana Tucker delivers a unique voice through her self-described genre of ChamberSoul™. Shana’s melodies
weave strong hints of jazz, classical, soulful folk, acoustic pop, and a touch of R&B into a distinctive rhythmic tapestry.
MARCH 23–31
SPRING BULBS & BEYOND, with Adrienne Roethling
Tuesday, March 31
12:30 p.m. and 6:30 p.m.
$5; free for Friends of Reynolda Gardens
Meets at Reynolda Gardens Education Wing
Learn how to extend your spring bulb season by incorporating early, mid, and later varieties to create layers of color, size, and texture.
JOIN US FOR A LEAP DAY SALE THIS FEBRUARY!
MUSEUM STORE LEAP DAY SALE
Saturday, February 29
9:30 a.m.–4:30 p.m.
Admission not required for shopping

An extra day in 2020 also means an extra day of deals for you. On February 29, everyone can take advantage of 29% off all gifts in the Museum Store (excludes Brackish). Just mention Leap Day at the front desk. Leap, don't trot, to the Museum Store this Saturday.