Schneider Connects! Join us for These Upcoming Events
Exploring Reality Exhibition
On view through Saturday, March 19
Museum Hours Monday through Friday, 10:00 AM to 4:00 PM
Every Tuesday at Noon
Docent-led tours are available on a drop-in basis every Tuesday at noon. Join us to learn more, ask questions, and engage in a dialogue about the exhibition. Free and open to the public.
Public Artist Lectures
Exploring Reality Lectures
The Schneider Museum of Art and SOU Center for the Humanities present Campus Theme Lectures by Participating Artists in the Schneider Museum of Art’s Winter Exhibition Exploring Reality.
All lectures are held in the Meese Auditorium, Art Building, Southern Oregon University campus and are free and open to the public.
Monday, February 8, 5:30 PM
Ryan Pierce has exhibited internationally and his large-scale mixed media landscapes explore strange visions of our world affected by climate change. He is the co-founder of Signal Fire, a group that facilitates wilderness residencies and retreats for artists of all disciplines. Click here to read the news release for more information.
Monday, February 29, 5:30 PM
Malia Jensen is widely revered by critics for her sculptural work, having been reviewed in Sculpture Magazine, ArtSlant, Artforum, Modern Painters, The Oregonian, and ARTnews.
Her work has been exhibited widely in the Northwest and nationally and is highly regarded for its metaphorical, perplexing content.
FREE Family Days
Saturdays, 10:00 AM to 1:00 PM
Join artist Max Reinhardt for hands on arts projects and exhibition activities designed to engage families with the winter exhibition, Exploring Reality. The Schneider Museum of Art’s FREE Family Days are sponsored by an Economic, Cultural, Tourism & Sustainability Grant from the City of Ashland.
Hours extended to 8:00 PM
March 4 *Trolley!
The Museum will extend its hours to participate in the Ashland Gallery Association’s First Fridays. Please join us at the Museum, and enjoy the Center for the Visual Arts galleries and student open studios. By popular demand, we will bring back the trolley for patrons to ride to and from the downtown galleries on Friday, March 4.