Georgia O'Keeffe (American, 1887-1986), Black Place I, 1945, oil on canvas. Bequest of Mary Griggs Burke and Gift of Eleanor Briggs, 2014.20

Virtual Public Tour: Current Conversations

Discover the museum on a virtual tour with the help of our trained tour guides. Look for a new topic for exploring Mia’s permanent collection every month. Tours are free, but registration is required. This is a virtual event that will take place over Zoom.

Click here to register. Registration for next month’s tours opens on the last Friday of the current month.

Upcoming Tour Topics

March: Women in Art What have women contributed to the visual arts? Whether creator or inspiration, women have been a power for influence and change in the production of artworks around the world.

April: Art in Bloom Participate virtually in Mia’s annual rite of spring as your guide shares creative floral arrangements and the artworks that inspired them. More information about Art in Bloom tours and how to register for them will be available soon.

May: With New Light: Arts of South and Southeast Asia and the Himalayas Experience the connected yet diverse artistic traditions of this region in fresh and engaging ways. Welcome back collection highlights while discovering new objects on view for the first time.

June: Pride Celebrate the LGBTQ+ community through artworks that explore gender identity, fluidity, and social constructs.

Learn More

To learn more about tours at Mia, click here. Interested in arranging a private tour? Click here for more information.

Georgia O'Keeffe (American, 1887-1986), Black Place I, 1945, oil on canvas. Bequest of Mary Griggs Burke and Gift of Eleanor Briggs, 2014.20