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A Digital Tour for the Art Lover

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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 5-13-21

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Note: Before going to the musuem in person, check its website. Most have revised hours with special restrictions and precautions due to COViID-19. Many still have not reopened.

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41 new exhibitions
Let In, Let go
An Expanding Vision: Six Decades of Works on Paper
Annual Staff Art
Richard Sloan’s Birds of the Southeast
Curiosities: Objects from the Museum Collection
The Eye Learns - Modernist prints from the Louis Belden Collection
Translating Tradition
COVID Story Quilts: Global Perspectives of the Pandemic
She Persists
Don Cooper
Essential Work 2020: A Community Portrait
Black Lives in Alaska: Journey, Justice, Joy
Rowan Renee: Dead Reckoning
Charles Mason: Denali through Collodion
Concentrations 63: Julian Charrière, Towards No Earthly Pole
Devoted: Art and Spirituality in Mexico and New Mexico
Lasting Impressions: Japanese Prints from the Read-Simms Collection
Japonisme in Charleston: Alice Smith and Her Circle
Sean Chandler: New Works
American Painting: The Eighties Revisited
Interpretation of Materiality: Gold
I, Too, Sing America: African American Art from the Wichita Art Museum Collection
Celebrating 1920: Women Artists from the Wichita Art Museum Collection
Last Supper in Pompeii: From the Table to the Grave
Wangechi Mutu: I Am Speaking, Are You Listening?
Senga Nengudi: Topologies
New Grit: Art & Philly Now
Unexpected Surfaces
“No boundaries”
Our Strength Is Our People: The Humanist Photographs of Lewis Hine
2021 Gala Art Exhibition
Partially Buried: Land-Based Art in Ohio, 1970 to Now
Crossroads: Book Artists’ Impassioned Responses to Immigration, Human Rights and Our Environment
In Frederic Church’s Ombra: Architecture in Conversation with Nature

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