HOPPER TO POLLOCK: American Modernism
from the Munson-Williams-Proctor Arts Institute
Closes May 12
Now in its final weeks!

Discover the radical and visual transformation of American art in the first half of the 20th century featuring artists like Rothko, Pollock, Hopper, and more.

Hopper a Pollock se presentará en inglés y en español.

This traveling exhibition was organized by the Munson-Williams-Proctor Arts Institute Museum of Art, Utica, New York. Reynolda House is grateful for support of Hopper to Pollock from lead sponsor Womble Bond Dickinson, LLP.
ON WINGS OF ADVENTURE: Smith Reynolds, Aviator
Historic House Basement
On view to the public for the first time is the original flight logbook of Smith Reynolds's 1931 record-breaking 17,000 mile trip from London to Hong Kong. Through family photographs and ephemera, this small exhibition tells the story of one of America's most daring aviators. 
MAY 1–4
OBJECT OF THE MONTH: Chinese Palace Jars,
with Allison Thompson
Wednesday, May 1
1 p.m.
Free with Museum admission
Bookending the entrance to Reynolda's Reception Hall, these large palace jars (circa 1900) are decorated completely with a complicated pattern of exotic birds and tree peonies. But how did they come to be at Reynolda? Public programming fellow Allison Thompson investigates.
MAY 5–11
FAMILY FIRST: Make it Abstract
Sunday, May 5
2–4 p.m.
Rediscover the way you look at the world through everyday shapes! We’ll look to William Baziotes and other artists in Hopper to Pollock for examples.

Our Family First workshops happen the first Sunday of each month for you and your 1st through 6th grader. 
COLONIAL REVIVAL AND ARTS & CRAFTS: Charles Barton Keen, with Richard Guy Wilson
Saturday, May 11
2 p.m
$15/person; $10 Museum/ICAA Members. Free for Wake Forest faculty, staff, and students.
Charles Barton Keen, 1928. Collection of Sara Pilling.
This talk will explore the distinctly American style in architecture and design that emerged in the late 19th and early-20th centuries, with a focus on the work of Reynolda House's architect Charles Barton Keen.

Speaker Richard Guy Wilson is the Commonwealth Professor of Architectural History at the University of Virginia.

MAY 12–18
Sunday, May 12
Share the beauty of Reynolda and this stunning exhibition with an important mother or mother figure in your life.   
MAY 26–31
Friday, May 31
2–3:30 p.m.
Free; registration requested
Tour meets at Reynolda Greenhouse
Walk the grounds of Reynolda with experts sharing highlights of the hidden sites and stories of one of our city's finest landmarks. The tour will begin and end at the Reynolda Greenhouse and take you through the wetlands, trails, and lawns of Reynolda. Comfortable shoes suggested. This tour is presented as part of Historic Preservation Month.
MARK YOUR CALENDAR — and receive a 10% discount on tickets!
Thursday, June 13
6–9 p.m.
Now through June 2, take advantage of early-bird pricing for our signature summer backyard party.
A backyard summer tradition on Reynolda’s Sunset Hill, Summertime Social offers a laid-back evening with friends with great food and cold brews for purchase. Grab a blanket or lawn chair, exhale from the stresses of the day, and dance the evening away to high energy sounds of Winston-Salem’s Souljam.