Virtual Mondays from the Museum offer an opportunity to remotely engage with the Chrysler Museum’s collection of artwork in thought-provoking and accessible ways. Tours cover a select group of works that encourage the understanding of multiple cultures, histories, and art forms. Groups, especially those particularly at high risk for Covid-19, are encouraged to sign up.
Virtual tours are 30-45 minutes in length and will occur via Zoom. To schedule, choose from one of our ten themes below and contact Ruth Sanchez at firstname.lastname@example.org or (757) 333-6269. Once your group is booked, the Museum will schedule a docent and arrange the Zoom meeting.
Explore the culture, artists, and inspirations of early America through the lens of art in this tour.
This tour offers a multicultural exploration of the world’s many myths and folktales by taking participants through the Museum’s collection of mythological artworks.
Journey through the world of the Ancient Greeks and Romans and investigate their lasting influence on western history, society and art.
Discover the artistic techniques, beliefs and relevance of the Impressionists during the late 19th and early 20th centuries.
During this tour, participants will learn the importance of religion in medieval art and artifacts, as well as how the Museum came into possession of these pieces.
Open your eyes to the world of glass by exploring the way in which glass is designed, made, and viewed.
During this tour, learn how Native American history and culture is expressed in the Museum’s collection of relevant artwork.
Learn about the way in which these two striking art movements compare and contrast to one another, as well as their importance to art history.
This tour introduces participants to the art of slow looking. Learn how to “Look, Think, Wonder,” and discuss a few select works of art for extended periods of time in order to enhance your experience.
Ever wondered what makes art look like art? Return to the basics of visual art in this tour by examining elements such as line, shape, color and texture in artwork.