Introduction to Reynolda

Introduction to Reynolda is a multi-session course that is the cornerstone of the Reynolda discovery experience. Using an interdisciplinary approach and the Museum’s collections, students will research correlations between art, literature, and music of the era. Participants will find themselves intrigued, challenged, and supported as they explore four centuries of art in the company of other lifelong learners. 

Beth Hoover-DeBerry, manager of docent-volunteers, and Julia Hood, manager of school and family learning, are course instructors.

If you are interested in learning more about the Introduction to Reynolda course, please contact Beth at bhoover@reynolda.org or 336.758.5389. 

For the curious

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Feb1

Ongoing, 7:30pm

a/perture cinema’s Black Cinema 2022 will feature films from the 1960s and ’70s in celebration of Black Is Beautiful.

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A curved dirt driveway that leads to a two-story home flanked with trees.
Feb10

Feb 10, 2022, 3:00pm

Designed for lifelong learners, this educational eight-part series provides an exhilarating introduction to the 1917 estate.

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Two children in orange aprons hold plaster cloth.
Feb12

Feb 12, 2022, 10:00am

In this two-part workshop, use plaster cloth to build an abstract sculpture inspired by the work of artist Isamu Noguchi.

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A woman stands with her back to the camera as she speaks to a group of people in a lit office.
Feb13

Ongoing, 2:00pm

Museum docents will lead 90-minute tours sharing their favorite stories, spaces, and objects in the historic house.

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