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Tom Carris
Art Museum Touring

Since you still can't visit many of the museums in person due to the COVID-19 outbreak, you can still get your art "fix" by viewing their Art Museum Touring pages. Visit museums' websites to see their collections and permanent exhibitions.

Most of the museums are offering ways to digitally interact with their fans offering special programs and web tours, programs for kids who are having to be home because of school closings.  Check out the museums's websites to see what each has to offer.

While many museums are gradually reopening, most events at the museums are either postponed, or canceled. However, many are haveing "virtual" events, art tours, webinars and educational activities that can be enjoyed online. Art Museum Touiring will be listiing many

Note: The closures are causing a huge loss of revenue for the museums. If you can, any

donations to the musuem, renewal of memberships, etc., would be greatly appreciated!

Stay safe!

New Exhibitions Newsletter

Press Release 2-19-2021

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Note: Before going to the musuem in person, check its website. Most have revised hours and special restrictions and precautions due to COViID-19. Many are have had to reclose to slow the spread od the virus (see list below).

VA Quilt Museum will be closed from December 19, 2020 - February 16, 2021

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52 new exhibitions
Object Lessons
Clouding: Shape and Sign in Asian Art
Fragments, Forms, and the Future: Three Modern Masterpieces from the Collection of Sam Rose
Yayoi Kusama: Open the Shape Called Love
Under Construction: Collage from the Mint Museum
Climate Changing: On Artists, Institutions, and the Social Environment
In/Stability: Part One: Apocalyptic Landscapes
OUR VOICE: Celebrating the Coretta Scott King Book Awards
Wendy Red Star
Experience & Expression
Picasso. Figures from Musée national Picasso-Paris
Liliana Porter: Man with Axe and Other Stories
A Lasting Imprint: Rendering Rhythm and Motion in the Art of Black Mountain College
Impressionist Landscapes from the Sellars Collection
Encounters: Althea Murphy-Price
Looking at the Collection: The Elegant Vessel
Will Henry Stevens: Naturalist/Modernist
Käthe Kollwitz: Activism Through Art
Norman Rockwell: Telling Stories
Norman Rockwell: Telling Stories
Pat Oliphant: Editorial Cartoons from the Nixon and Clinton Eras
Voices from the Past, A Celebration of Black History
2021 WNC Regional Scholastic Art Awards
Brian Keith Stephens: Almost True Tales
Stories from Storage
Curbed Vanity: A Contemporary Foil by Chris Schanck
Frida Kahlo. Diego on My Mind
Posada: Printmaker for the People
Wayne Thiebaud 100: Paintings, Prints and Drawings
Through the Lens: Modern Photography in the Delaware Valley
Ambiguous Standards Institute: An Institute within an Institute
Americans in Spain: Painting and Travel, 1820-1920
Art of the Rehearsal
Jason Starr: Living in a Time of Distance
Surface-Texture-Materials: Selections from the Permanent Collection
Pattern Makers
Greensburg Salem High School Virtual A.P. Art Exhibition
Frans Hals: Detecting a Decade
Being Seen: Recent Acquisitions from The Ringling Photography Collection
Bishop Collection of Antique Maps + Historical Prints
Safe Places: Robert Johnson
Flicker and Flame: Whale Oil and Kerosene Lamps
ANSEL ADAMS: The Photographs of Yosemite Suite
Grief and Grievance: Art and Mourning in America, 2021.
Screens Series: Nina Sarnelle

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