The screenings, presented in conjunction with the "Everett Raymond Kinstler: Pulps to Portraits" exhibition on display through Sept. 28, are set for noon Wednesdays, June 27, July 18 and Aug. 22; and Tuesday, Sept. 11, in the museum, 1073 N. Benson Road.
Kinstler, a prolific portrait artist born in 1926, has produced more than 2,100 portraits in his career, according to a university news release.
He continues to paint every day and splits his time between his home in Easton and New York City, where he has had a studio at the National Arts Club for more than 60 years, the release states.
Other exhibition programming includes "Hold That Pose! Portraiture for Children" and "Gallery Talk with Everett Raymond Kinstler," both in September.
Admission to the museum and its events is free. Call 203-254-4046 or visit www.fairfield.edu/museum.