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Reynolda House Museum of American Art news & notables. "Hopper to Pollock" opens Feb 15 through May 12
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Reynolda House 21h
We’re over here prepping for like… From our Archives, a group of children in 1921 from Reynolda School performing a dramatic version the epic poem, “The Song of Hiawatha.” The play included modern dance and a musical score all along the edges of Lake Katharine.
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Reynolda House Mar 19
What’s in your city’s skyline? Imagine and create with us at our April Family First Workshop where we’ll be taking inspiration from urban landscapes on view in “Hopper to Pollock” and build your own cityscape sculpture from cardboard! Register today →
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Reynolda House Mar 17
Happy where we’ve been green since 1917! The green roof of the bungalow was supplied by the Ludowici Tile Company and, in 2018, Reynolda House received an Infrastructure Grant from to replace our signature roof with tiles from our original supplier.
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Reynolda House Mar 16
"Mi objetivo en la pintura siempre ha sido la transcripción más exacta posible de mis impresiones más íntimas de la naturaleza". — Edward Hopper, 1959 Este fin de semana, deja tiempo para tus propias exploraciones en "Hopper a Pollock". Entradas →
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Reynolda House Mar 13
Replying to @yesweekly @WakeForest
We can't even 😭
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Reynolda House Mar 13
Can someone get us a tissue? We just love proposals at so much 😭 😭 😭 Congrats to grad student Martin and his fiancée Ireli!
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Reynolda House Mar 12
Ever wonder what happens when the Museum is closed? Lots! Conservator Ruth Cox recently performed a surface cleaning on the Lake Porch on our Lee Krasner painting “Birth” (1956) in preparation for its trip to 📸 Katie Womack, collections manager
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Wake Forest SAC Mar 12
Phil Archer from tells SAC this morning about “Hopper to Pollock,” upcoming programs, and a little something called “slow looking.” Reynolda general admission is FREE for fac/staff. 🙌
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Reynolda House Mar 11
Share with someone new! This Thurs, Members are invited to bring up to four friends for free admission to the Museum all day. Members and their guests will enjoy a double discount (20%) on all your store purchases. Be a Member today →
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Reynolda House Mar 9
Sacia tu curiosidad este fin de semana con una mirada a nuestra exposición de primavera, “Hopper to Pollock”, que presenta más de 40 obras maestras de arte moderno y abstracto. “Hopper a Pollock” se presentará en inglés y en español.
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Reynolda House Mar 8
Have you spotted the daffodils around the estate? These delicate blooms have been icons of Reynolda House since its construction. Sixty-thousand bulbs were delivered here in 1917 and scattered around the estate and former Lake Katharine via train car.
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Reynolda House Mar 7
Make tonight a date night for you and your special person at ! Join us tonight from 4:30 to 8 p.m. for Pay-What-You-Wish Thursday with live jazz and an after-hours look at "Hopper to Pollock." See you tonight!
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Reynolda House Mar 6
This afternoon! Join us for our March Object of the Month talk with Curator Allison Slaby where she’ll be discussing the expressive and dynamic painting “Dancing” (1934) by Arthur Dove, on view as a part of “Hopper to Pollock.” Talk begins at 1; free with Museum admission.
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Reynolda House Mar 5
Jump start your week with creative play (and a few high fives) at ! Very few spots remain for our Mornings at the Museum program for your young learned aged 3 through 4. This six-week program begins tomorrow! Register now →
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Reynolda House Mar 4
This Thursday! Make it a date!
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Reynolda House Mar 3
Replying to @pink_plaid
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Reynolda House Mar 3
Replying to @pink_plaid
Great question! Students in our summer camps and occasional Family First programs get to swim in the pool, and museum members at a certain level enjoy pool time as one of their member benefits. We wonder if Mary Reynolds had pool noodles. 🤔
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Reynolda House Mar 3
Now open in the West Bdrm Gallery: “The American Experiment: Nineteenth-Century Prints” — rarely-seen works on paper from Thomas Cole, Winslow Homer, Thomas Hovenden and more. Explore this and more focused exhibitions in the historic house alongside "Hopper to Pollock" today!
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Reynolda House Feb 27
Thanks for your visit! 🙌
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Reynolda House Feb 27
Next week: Bring your special person to Reynolda for our Pay-What-You-Wish Thursday on March 7 from 4:30 to 8 p.m. Explore the works of American modernist artists in the gallery and listen to the jazzy sounds of Duke Ellington performed by Winston-Salem’s Jazz Classique.
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