The Museum will be closed for Thanksgiving on Thursday, November 23. We will reopen at 10 am on Friday, November 24 and we will remain open that day until 10 pm for SLAM Underground.
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Thomas Struth: Nature & Politics
November 5—January 21, 2018

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On View

Cross-Pollination: Flowers in 18th-Century European Porcelain and Textiles
May 26—November 26, 2017

A Century of Japanese Prints
August 11, 2017—January 28, 2018

Fired Up: Ink Painting and Contemporary Ceramics from Japan
September 15—March 25, 2018

Currents 114: Matt Saunders
November 17—February 4, 2018

New Media Series—Ben Thorp Brown
November 17—April 15, 2018


Greek Island Embroideries
December 22—May 28, 2018

Sunken Cities: Egypt's Lost Worlds
March 25 —September 9, 2018

Museum Calendar
Find out all about upcoming events on our event calendar.
Calling all Florists
The Museum is accepting applications from florists and garden club members to create Art in Bloom's dazzling floral arrangements. Apply by Dec. 1.
SLAM Underground: Tech
Embrace your inner geek at SLAM Underground this Friday from 7-10 pm. We’re celebrating Thomas Struth: Nature & Politics with art, music, and cocktails.
Thanksgiving Holiday Family Program
Spend your holiday weekend at the Art Museum! Join us Friday-Sunday from 1- 4 pm for family art activities, guided tours, and scavenger hunts.

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Henry Moore's Reclining Figure Returns to the Galleries
Newly reinstalled to Gallery 210, Reclining Figure received treatment from Museum conservators during the four years it's been off view.
Alessandro Allori and Portrait of a Lady: What lies beneath?
Through historical research and technical investigation, the true artist and rich history of Portrait of a Lady is uncovered.
Amy Granat's Cars, Trees, Houses, Beaches
Indebted to the legacies of experimental & avant-garde structural film from the 1960s and 1970s, artist Amy Granat has developed a distinct visual language.