Education

Saturdays at The Warehouse

Saturdays at The Warehouse take place at 2pm on select Saturdays during Open Hours and focus on the current exhibition. The Warehouse staff and guest speakers will lead visitors in programs that include conversations, tours, talks, and behind-the-scenes discussions.

MARCH 2 at 2pm | GALLERY TALK: The Warehouse Interns and SMU PhD students Lindsey Reynolds and Sophia Salinas explore the exhibition For What It’s Worth: Value Systems in Art since 1960 through two themesartwork that deals with systems of exchange, with a focus on Cildo Meireles, and artwork that is informed by second-wave Feminism, with a focus on Lorraine O’Grady.

MARCH 23 at 2pm | GALLERY TALK: Thomas Feulmer—co-curator of For What It’s Worth: Value Systems in Art since 1960—discusses artists in the exhibition that challenge or break the law in order to raise questions about power and politics.

APRIL 6 at 2pm | EXHIBITION TOUR: Thomas Feulmer—co-curator of For What It’s Worth: Value Systems in Art since 1960—guides visitors through the exhibition.

APRIL 20 at 2pm | GALLERY TALK: The Give and Take of For What It’s Worth, with Frances Bagley and Terri Thornton


  • Register for Open Hours here. There is no need to sign-up for individual Saturdays at The Warehouse programs.
  • Saturdays at The Warehouse programs are free for visitors but may fill up.
  • Have any questions? Contact Caitlin Overton.