Virtual Events

Join us online for these upcoming programs

View from above of a design studio with a screen on the wall and various machines
Men and women stand on the stairs of a building with columns; clothing indicates 1970s time period

Screening Event: Discovering Utopia

Friday, May 14 - 12:00pm Eastern

Join us for a screening of the film DISCOVERING UTOPIA, which tells the previously untold story of the VNIITE – the All-Union Scientific Research Institute of Technical Aesthetics.

Formed in the USSR in 1962 it brought together most progressive Soviet designers and became the head organization for the nationwide design system. Their work had been forgotten to history until recently, but the story of this remarkable organization is being pieced back together thanks to the efforts of the Moscow Design Museum, the Zimmerli's partners on the Everyday Soviet exhibition. Read more about the Discovering Utopia project here.

To register, please click here.

Margaret Olin. Photo Faisal Saleh.

Member Event - Social Justice as a Theme in Jewish Art

Thursday, May 20 - 6:00pm Eastern

Margaret Olin, senior research scholar at the Yale Divinity School, and Hannah Shaw, graduate curatorial assistant at the Zimmerli, discuss the topic from a range of art historical perspectives. In addition, learn more about the upcoming exhibition Dateci: Sheba Sharrow and Primo Levi. It is based on a series of four mixed media paintings by Sharrow, whose work is well known in New Jersey and the Philadelphia area. Typical of her focus on 20th-century war and genocide, she was inspired by the poem Dateci (Give Us) by Levi, a writer and survivor of Auschwitz. The presentation is followed by an audience Q&A.

Member are invited to register here. Learn more about the benefits of membership here.

Virtual Summer Art Camp 2021

July 6-30 | Four one-week sessions, 9am-12:15pm

Registration is open now!

All children between the ages of six and 14 are invited to explore their creative sides and develop new skills in the arts alongside our wonderful teaching artists. Several favorite classes are returning, and we’ve added a few new ones as well. Although the Zimmerli remains temporarily closed due to the pandemic, creativity is sure to flourish in our virtual classrooms.

Visit our Summer Art Camp page for details!

The Zimmerli is committed to making its programs accessible for all; if you need accommodations to participate in an event, please contact us via email (education [at], ideally two weeks before the date of the event.

All listed times are Eastern time zone. Recorded programs will be archived in the Videos section of this site.

Click here for info on past virtual events.