Watercolor painting
Painting The Huntington
Sat., Sep. 21
Category: Classes

Artist Richard Scott conducts seven classes in watercolor painting, using the gardens and architecture of The Huntington as subjects. Classes are suitable for beginners as well as experienced...

 
Photo of Wallace Stevens
Sincerely Yours, Wallace Stevens
Sat., Sep. 21
Category: Conferences
Location: Rothenberg Hall

Wallace Stevens is regarded as one of the great American poets, yet he was also an inimitable letter writer. Leading international experts make the first concerted effort to study Stevens' letters...

 
Chinese white tea
Tea Workshop: Chinese White Tea
Sat., Sep. 21
Category: Classes

Join Linda Louie from Bana Tea Company and Angie Lee from 1001 Plateaus for a focused tasting of Chinese white tea and a discussion of its history and processing.

 
project blue boy
Project Blue Boy
Sat., Sep. 21
Category: Exhibitions

The best known painting at The Huntington, The Blue Boy was Gainsborough's first attempt at full length Van Dyck dress which is based on the work of Anthony van Dyck, the 17th-century Flemish...

 
Ranch garden shed
Ranch Open House 2019
Sat., Sep. 21
Category: Garden
Location: Ranch Garden

Stop by The Huntington's urban agriculture site during its weekly open hours and pick up some fresh ideas for sustainable gardening. Volunteers from the L.A. Master Gardener program will be on...

 
screens over the Chinese Garden lake
Tang Qingnian
Sat., Sep. 21
Category: Exhibitions
Location: Chinese Garden

A special installation of a new work by visual artist Tang Qingnian 唐慶年 features full-size prints of five banner paintings, suspended from a bamboo framework above the Chinese Garden lake....

 
Charles Doyle
Sat., Sep. 21
Category: Exhibitions
Location: Huntington Art Gallery, Works on Paper Room

Sixteen colorful fairy-filled watercolors by Charles Altamont Doyle, painted during his time as an inmate at Montrose Royal Lunatic Asylum, are featured in this focused exhibition....

 
Nineteen nineteen exhibition
Nineteen Nineteen
Sat., Sep. 21
Category: Exhibitions
Location: MaryLou and George Boone Gallery

The Huntington's Centennial Celebration kicks off with a major exhibition that examines the institution and its founding through the prism of a single, tumultuous year, with a display of objects...

 
Colorful paper lanterns
Children’s Workshop: Chinese Lanterns
Sat., Sep. 21
Category: Kids

Learn how to create your own paper lantern using traditional Chinese brush painting techniques in this workshop with artist Peifang Liang. Ages 7 and up. (Fee includes one child and one...

 
project blue boy
Project Blue Boy
Sun., Sep. 22
Category: Exhibitions

The best known painting at The Huntington, The Blue Boy was Gainsborough's first attempt at full length Van Dyck dress which is based on the work of Anthony van Dyck, the 17th-century Flemish...

 
screens over the Chinese Garden lake
Tang Qingnian
Sun., Sep. 22
Category: Exhibitions
Location: Chinese Garden

A special installation of a new work by visual artist Tang Qingnian 唐慶年 features full-size prints of five banner paintings, suspended from a bamboo framework above the Chinese Garden lake....

 
Charles Doyle
Sun., Sep. 22
Category: Exhibitions
Location: Huntington Art Gallery, Works on Paper Room

Sixteen colorful fairy-filled watercolors by Charles Altamont Doyle, painted during his time as an inmate at Montrose Royal Lunatic Asylum, are featured in this focused exhibition....

 
Nineteen nineteen exhibition
Nineteen Nineteen
Sun., Sep. 22
Category: Exhibitions
Location: MaryLou and George Boone Gallery

The Huntington's Centennial Celebration kicks off with a major exhibition that examines the institution and its founding through the prism of a single, tumultuous year, with a display of objects...

 
project blue boy
Project Blue Boy
Mon., Sep. 23
Category: Exhibitions

The best known painting at The Huntington, The Blue Boy was Gainsborough's first attempt at full length Van Dyck dress which is based on the work of Anthony van Dyck, the 17th-century Flemish...

 
screens over the Chinese Garden lake
Tang Qingnian
Mon., Sep. 23
Category: Exhibitions
Location: Chinese Garden

A special installation of a new work by visual artist Tang Qingnian 唐慶年 features full-size prints of five banner paintings, suspended from a bamboo framework above the Chinese Garden lake....

 
Charles Doyle
Mon., Sep. 23
Category: Exhibitions
Location: Huntington Art Gallery, Works on Paper Room

Sixteen colorful fairy-filled watercolors by Charles Altamont Doyle, painted during his time as an inmate at Montrose Royal Lunatic Asylum, are featured in this focused exhibition....

 
Nineteen nineteen exhibition
Nineteen Nineteen
Mon., Sep. 23
Category: Exhibitions
Location: MaryLou and George Boone Gallery

The Huntington's Centennial Celebration kicks off with a major exhibition that examines the institution and its founding through the prism of a single, tumultuous year, with a display of objects...

 
project blue boy
Project Blue Boy
Wed., Sep. 25
Category: Exhibitions

The best known painting at The Huntington, The Blue Boy was Gainsborough's first attempt at full length Van Dyck dress which is based on the work of Anthony van Dyck, the 17th-century Flemish...

 
Nineteen nineteen exhibition
Nineteen Nineteen
Wed., Sep. 25
Category: Exhibitions
Location: MaryLou and George Boone Gallery

The Huntington's Centennial Celebration kicks off with a major exhibition that examines the institution and its founding through the prism of a single, tumultuous year, with a display of objects...

 
musican playing instrument in the Chinese Garden
Music in the Chinese Garden
Wed., Sep. 25
Category: Garden
Location: Chinese Garden

Enjoy traditional Chinese music every Wednesday afternoon in the Garden of Flowing Fragrance. General admission. (Cancelled in the event of rain.)

 
Photo of workhouse in the 19th century
Slavery Matters
Wed., Sep. 25
Category: Lectures
Location: Haaga Hall

**ROTHENBERG HALL IS FILLED; TICKETS ARE NOW FOR SIMULCAST IN HAAGA HALL**
James Walvin, professor emeritus at the University of York and the Los Angeles Times Distinguished Fellow at The...

 
project blue boy
Project Blue Boy
Thu., Sep. 26
Category: Exhibitions

The best known painting at The Huntington, The Blue Boy was Gainsborough's first attempt at full length Van Dyck dress which is based on the work of Anthony van Dyck, the 17th-century Flemish...

 
Nineteen nineteen exhibition
Nineteen Nineteen
Thu., Sep. 26
Category: Exhibitions
Location: MaryLou and George Boone Gallery

The Huntington's Centennial Celebration kicks off with a major exhibition that examines the institution and its founding through the prism of a single, tumultuous year, with a display of objects...

 
Jim Folsom and participants in his class standing before table with vegetables
Botany Bay Series - April 25
Thu., Sep. 26
Category: Garden
Location: Auditorium, Brody Botanical Center

Explore the wonders of the plant world through discussion and hands-on lab time in this monthly series for "citizen scientists" led by Jim Folsom, the Telleen/Jorgensen Director of the Botanical...

 
Purple pansy flowers
Posies & Palates: The Secret Language of Flowers
Thu., Sep. 26
Category: Classes

Join Casey Schwartz and Kit Wertz of Flower Duet and Maite Gomez-Rejón of ArtBites in their very first collaboration, as they lead a workshop exploring the secret language of Victorian herbs and...

 
Qianlong Garden
Gardens as Ecological Theater: An 18th-Century Story
Thu., Sep. 26
Category: Lectures
Location: Rothenberg Hall

Eugene Wang, professor of art history at Harvard University, discusses the Qianlong Garden in the northeast corner of the Forbidden City. Built in the 1770s, the whole garden space can be seen as...

 
project blue boy
Project Blue Boy
Fri., Sep. 27
Category: Exhibitions

The best known painting at The Huntington, The Blue Boy was Gainsborough's first attempt at full length Van Dyck dress which is based on the work of Anthony van Dyck, the 17th-century Flemish...

 
Nineteen nineteen exhibition
Nineteen Nineteen
Fri., Sep. 27
Category: Exhibitions
Location: MaryLou and George Boone Gallery

The Huntington's Centennial Celebration kicks off with a major exhibition that examines the institution and its founding through the prism of a single, tumultuous year, with a display of objects...

 
Watercolor painting
Painting The Huntington
Sat., Sep. 28
Category: Classes

Artist Richard Scott conducts seven classes in watercolor painting, using the gardens and architecture of The Huntington as subjects. Classes are suitable for beginners as well as experienced...

 
American poster from 1919
Taste of Art: Nineteen Nineteen
Sat., Sep. 28
Category: Classes

Maite Gomez-Rejón of ArtBites offers a Centennial-themed look at The Huntington through the lens of the special exhibition, "Nineteen Nineteen." Participants visit the exhibition and discuss life...

 
project blue boy
Project Blue Boy
Sat., Sep. 28
Category: Exhibitions

The best known painting at The Huntington, The Blue Boy was Gainsborough's first attempt at full length Van Dyck dress which is based on the work of Anthony van Dyck, the 17th-century Flemish...

 
Ranch garden shed
Ranch Open House 2019
Sat., Sep. 28
Category: Garden
Location: Ranch Garden

Stop by The Huntington's urban agriculture site during its weekly open hours and pick up some fresh ideas for sustainable gardening. Volunteers from the L.A. Master Gardener program will be on...

 
Nineteen nineteen exhibition
Nineteen Nineteen
Sat., Sep. 28
Category: Exhibitions
Location: MaryLou and George Boone Gallery

The Huntington's Centennial Celebration kicks off with a major exhibition that examines the institution and its founding through the prism of a single, tumultuous year, with a display of objects...

 
Two girls posing in front of art
Family Program: Gallery Party - Sept. 28
Sat., Sep. 28
Category: Kids
Location: Virginia Steele Scott Galleries

Make paper cutout "quilts" inspired by early American textile arts from the Fielding Collection in a gallery program open to art lovers of all ages. Registration not required; walk-ups welcome....

 
Susan Feniger
Food for The Future with Chef Susan Feniger
Sat., Sep. 28
Category: Events
Location: Garden Court and Haaga Hall

Get to know award-winning chef Susan Feniger (Border Grill, Socalo) through a special cooking demonstration and four-course group meal. Chef Feniger shares tales from her travels while discussing...

 
project blue boy
Project Blue Boy
Sun., Sep. 29
Category: Exhibitions

The best known painting at The Huntington, The Blue Boy was Gainsborough's first attempt at full length Van Dyck dress which is based on the work of Anthony van Dyck, the 17th-century Flemish...

 
Nineteen nineteen exhibition
Nineteen Nineteen
Sun., Sep. 29
Category: Exhibitions
Location: MaryLou and George Boone Gallery

The Huntington's Centennial Celebration kicks off with a major exhibition that examines the institution and its founding through the prism of a single, tumultuous year, with a display of objects...

 
project blue boy
Project Blue Boy
Mon., Sep. 30
Category: Exhibitions

The best known painting at The Huntington, The Blue Boy was Gainsborough's first attempt at full length Van Dyck dress which is based on the work of Anthony van Dyck, the 17th-century Flemish...

 
Nineteen nineteen exhibition
Nineteen Nineteen
Mon., Sep. 30
Category: Exhibitions
Location: MaryLou and George Boone Gallery

The Huntington's Centennial Celebration kicks off with a major exhibition that examines the institution and its founding through the prism of a single, tumultuous year, with a display of objects...