Symposia are open to the public but require advance registration; please see the individual event pages for the forms and information about registration fees. Colloquia are generally closed to the public.
Throughout each academic year, Dumbarton Oaks hosts a series of public lectures that highlight our three areas of study and related fields. Lectures take place in the Oak Room of the Fellowship House at 5:30 p.m. Admission is free, but reservations are required.
Admission to Friends of Music concerts is by subscription only. To learn how to subscribe and to find out more about upcoming concerts, see here.
Museum events, including exhibition opening receptions and occasional lectures and tours, are free but may require reservations.
The trio returns to the Music Room this season with works by Beethoven, Shostakovich, and Dvořák.
Everything That Shines Is Gold . . . but Does It Matter? The Conceptual Relevance of Amazonian Archaeology
Pre-Columbian Public Lecture | Eduardo Neves, University of São Paulo, Brazil
Fandango’s Washington, D.C., debut includes works by Haydn, Granados, Falla, and Boccherini, as well as Sephardic-based works by Alan Thomas and Carlos Rivera.
Byzantine Studies Symposium
Garden and Landscape Studies Symposium
Dumbarton Oaks Garden and Landscape Studies Graduate Workshop, June 5–23, 2017