Sundays at 3:00
Discover something new with artists, historians and other experts – every first Sunday of the month at 3:00 pm. Upcoming lectures in this series include:
FEBRUARY 4, 2024
A CONVERSATION WITH THE DIRECTOR AND CAST OF THOUGHTS OF A COLORED MAN with Deonté Warren and Actors from the Roxy Regional Theatre
MARCH 3, 2024
VICTORIAN MOURNING: CLOTHING & CUSTOMS with Montgomery County Historian Carolyn Ferrell
APRIL 7, 2024
THE GALAPAGOS ISLANDS: A MODEL OF CONSERVATION SUCCESSES AND ECOTOURISM with Dr. Jack W. Sites Jr., Retired Professor of Biology, Brigham Young University
MAY 5, 2024
ON DECK: INSIDE BASEBALL with Sportscaster and Baseball Historian Phil Wood
JUNE 2, 2024
PAINTING REALISM: A PAINTING DEMONSTRATION with Master Painter Debra Keirce
LECTURES IN THIS SERIES ARE FREE AND OPEN TO THE PUBLIC, but do not include Museum admission.
The Customs House Museum & Cultural Center and the Community School of the Arts (CSA) at APSU are partnering, for the first time, to offer art workshops for adults. The workshop series, made possible by Google Data Centers Grants, will be offered on the third Sunday of each month at the Museum. Upcoming workshops in this series include:
Sunday Studio: Painting with Sarah Spillers
January 21, 2024 at 2 pm
Introducing a new workshop series in partnership with APSU’s Community School of the Arts! This month, join us at the Museum to capture the beauty of winter scenery on canvas with acrylic paint. Throughout the class, Sarah will guide you through various techniques to bring your winter landscapes to life. Learn how to create realistic snow effects, capture the softness of winter light and add depth and texture to your paintings. Whether you are a beginner or have painting experience, this workshop is designed to help you develop your skills and express your creativity. This workshop is free and all materials are included, but registration is required.
For additional information, please contact Curator of Education Stephanie Stafford at email@example.com.