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Community Programs at The Dalí

The Dalí Museum offers a variety of community programs and special events for all ages throughout the year. Visit the calendar of upcoming events for the latest happenings.

At the Museum, The Stavros Education Classroom offers activities that children and their families can explore on their own. There are a variety of tours available as well, including self-guided audio tours on the free Dalí Museum mobile guide from the Bloomberg Connects app.

Art and Meditation
Our monthly meditation practice is based on the idea of looking at examples of art to achieve a dynamic stillness of the mind. Each session will examine an artwork from a current exhibition to make us think, refocus, slow down, and go deeper into our minds to permit body connection and awareness.

Coffee with a Curator (available virtually)
Coffee with a Curator is a focused, theme-oriented presentation on a variety of Dalí-related topics. The talk is presented by one of The Dalí Museum’s Curatorial/Education team or an invited speaker. View our YouTube playlist.

DillyDally with Dalí
Children discover the creative world of Dalí through games, puzzles and arts + craft activities which educate and encourage family interaction.

Food and Drink Experiences
We invite guests to explore the works of Salvador Dalí and our special exhibits under the direction of a food and or drink specialist.

Special guests are invited to The Dalí to speak about Dalí related topics or our special exhibits.

Poetry at The Dalí (available virtually)
Former St. Petersburg Poet Laureate Helen Pruitt Wallace welcomes select poets for readings, followed by audience Q&A. Interested in presenting your poetry? Please email education@thedali.org.

The Dalí Summer Rec Center Program
The Dalí Summer Rec Center Program represents a 25-year partnership between The Dalí Museum and the St. Petersburg Parks and Recreation department. Since it began, the program has served over 3,000 title 1 recreation center children, ages 7-12. Over a 5-week period, this program employs local artists, performers and teachers to enrich children with the vitality of the arts in St. Petersburg.

Families with children of all ages are invited to hear Museum volunteers read surreal stories related to the Museum’s permanent collection and special exhibitions. This ongoing event features books from The Dalí’s library and store.

Surreal Summer Nights
Enjoy a surreal summer night at The Dalí as the Museum lights up the evening with a live DJ performance. 

Immerse yourself in art and get creative through a wide range of programs and resources for a variety of audiences.

Yoga at The Dalí
Classes in the Raymond James Community Room or Avant-garden, both with incredible views of the waterfront.

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