DuMA will host an “Afternoon of Music and Contemplation” in support of the Ukrainian people on Sunday, June 12 at 2:00 p.m. at the Museum.
This musical program is sponsored by Sue Lindsay, DuMA supporter and former volunteer. Violinists Hana Velde and Ann Duchow and soprano Hannah Von Mulert will perform Ukrainian folk music as well as works by composer Pyotr Tchaikovsky, whose family had Ukrainian roots, and composer Reinhold Gliere, whose music incorporates Ukrainian folk tunes.
While this is a free event, the Museum encourages you to donate to World Central Kitchen.
WCK uses the power of food to nourish communities and strengthen economies in times of crisis. From the onset of the Ukrainian War, the WCK Chef Relief Team brought and continues to deliver tens of thousands of fresh nourishing meals daily to Ukrainian cities and surrounding regions, bringing hope and sustenance to those in bomb shelters, hospitals, churches, seniors, and people trapped on the front lines.
Your donation will be used to support WCK’s emergency food relief efforts.
Join us for an in person guided conversation between Biennial artists Louise Kames, Daniel O’Brien and Katie Schutte in the Falb Gallery.
See links below for more info on each of the artists.
Join Heritage Works and friends for an in-person walking tour of the historic Courthouse District. This architecturally significant District served as the center of county government and as the point of entry for Dubuque’s early industrial workforce. At the end of the walking tour, we will also be joined for a very special tour of the Smokestack with our our friends Susan and Scott.
36 E 8th St, Dubuque, IA 52001
The Dubuque Museum of Art will extend its open hours to include Sundays from 1:00-4:00 PM through the summer, beginning Sunday, May 9, for Mother’s Day.
Mother’s Day promotions include free admission for moms, a $5 gift shop discount, and an interactive scavenger hunt for families.
The Dubuque Museum of Art, in partnership with Voices Productions and with additional support by Trappist Caskets and Humanities Iowa, is hosting a temporary exhibition of Dana Harrison’s I Am A Man mural at the corner of Bluff Street and 8th Street in downtown Dubuque.
The Museum will host a free community conversation in Washington Park on Sunday, April 11 at 1:00 pm between the artist and Museum Curator, Stacy Gage Peterson. The rain date is April 18.
Attendees can purchase lunch from the Happi Hibachi food truck, which will be at the park before & during the event.
Painting, weather permitted, will begin Saturday, April 10.