Assistant Professor Jorge E. Cuéllar and Hood Mutual Learning Fellow Beatriz Martinez
Events & Programs
Give yourself a break with a self-guided crafting activity in the atrium.
Join us for an in-person tour of the museum galleries.
Come celebrate the last of summer with a visit to the Hood Museum and make print using some handmade stamps!
Join exhibition curator Henry Skerritt, assistant professor in the Department of Art and associate curator at the Kluge-Ruhe Aboriginal Art Collection of the University of Virginia
Kluge-Ruhe Director Margo Smith and exhibition curator Djambawa Marawili AM recount the remarkable story of "Maḏayin."
Join us for the official opening ceremony of "Maḏayin: Eight Decades of Aboriginal Australian Bark Painting from Yirrkala."
Join this drop-in program to learn about how the Yolŋu in northern Australia express the power and beauty of their culture through the medium of eucalyptus bark painting.
A conversation between Yolŋu artists about the practice of bark painting and the significance of sharing their artistic and cultural practices with audiences in the United States.
This full-day teacher workshop will offer to learn about Aboriginal Australian bark painting.