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Palm Springs Art Museum
Palm Springs Art Museum
Palm Springs, CA
Palm Springs Art Museum in Palm Desert, The Galen and the Faye Sarkowsky Sculpture Garden,
Palm Desert, CA
Palm Springs Art Museum
Architecture and Design Center, Edwards Harris Pavilion, Palm Springs, CA
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Exhibition: Scraps: Fashion, Textiles, and Creative Reuse
10/01/2018 – 01/14/2019 (more information)
designed 1996, designed by Luisa Cevese, produced by Riedizioni (Milan, Italy)
(detail) Basket Bag, 2015
© Luisa Cevese Riedizioni
(detail) Basket Bag, 2015
Future, 1941
Exhibition: Lines in the Sand
Through 08/11/2019 (more information)
Agnes Pelton
Future, 1941
75th Anniversary gift of Gerald E. Buck in memory of Bente Buck, Best Friend and Life Companion
Exhibition: Narratives in Glass
03/24/2018 – 11/04/2018 (more information)
Oben Abright
Tun Yee, 2010
blown glass, oil paint, and video
courtesy of the artist and Austin Art Projects,
(c) Oben Abright
Tun Yee, 2010
Intersection, H’ways 166/ 118, Jeff Davis Co., Texas 28 Dec 2004. 2004
Exhibition: JOURNEY THROUGH THE DESERT – THE ROAD LESS TRAVELED
03/17/2018 – 11/25/2018 (more information)
Stuart Klipper, American, born 1941
Intersection, H’ways 166/ 118, Jeff Davis Co., Texas 28 Dec 2004. 2004
type c print
collection Palm Springs Art Museum, purchase with funds derived from a previous gift from Kirk and Anne Douglas (39-2006)

Palm Springs Art Museum
Located in downtown Palm Springs on Museum Drive at Tahquitz Canyon Way, just west of N. Palm Canyon Drive
101 Museum Drive
Palm Springs, CA 92262-5659
760-322-4800
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Palm Springs Art Museum in Palm Desert, The Galen and the Faye Sarkowsky Sculpture Garden
Located at Entrada del Paseo at the westernmost intersection of Highway 111 and El Paseo
72-567 Highway 111
Palm Desert, CA 92260
760-346-5600
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Palm Springs Art Museum Architecture and Design Center, Edwards Harris Pavilion
(Closed for August)
300 South Palm Canyon Dr.
Palm Springs
760-322-4897
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Email: info@psmuseum.org


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Hours:

Palm Springs Art Museum
Sun, Mon, Tue, Sat 10 a.m.-5 p.m.
Thu & Fri 12-9 p.m.
(Thu 4-9 p.m. free admission sponsored by the City of Palm Springs)
Closed Wed

Palm Springs Art Museum In Palm Desert
Tue, Thu, Fri, Sat & Sun 10 a.m.-5 p.m.
Wed 9 a.m.-5 p.m.
First Fri of the month open 12-9 p.m.
Closed Mon
The Faye Sarkowsky Sculpture Garden is always open

Palm Springs Art Museum Architecture and Design Center
Wed, Fri, Sat, & Sun 10 a.m.-5 p.m.
Thu 12-8 p.m. (4-8 p.m. free admission sponsored by the City of Palm Springs)
Closed Mon & Tue
(760) 423-5260

Annenberg Theater Box Office:
Mon, Tue, Sat 12-4 p.m.
Thu & Fri 12-9 p.m.
Closed Sun & Wed
Open one hour prior to all performances

Admission:

Palm Springs Art Museum

Free to members, and youths 12 and under
$12.50 adults
$10.50 seniors 62 and over
$5.00 for students
FREE for active duty military personnel and their families with I.D.
Free public admission every Thursday from 4 - 8 pm during downtown Villagefest
FREE admission the second Sunday of every month
Free admission to AAM, NARM, and WMA members with I.D.
Group tours available
Free 2nd Sunday of every month


Palm Springs Art Museum In Palm Desert

Free to all, all the time


Palm Springs Art Museum Architecture and Design Center

Closed Monday and Tuesday
Wednesday, Friday, Saturday, and Sunday / 10 a.m. - 5 p.m.
Thursday / 12 p.m. - 8 p.m.


Palm Springs Art Museum Outdoor sculpture gardens and Muse Café :
The museum features an innovative café that serves a wide variety of delectable dishes. Guest may choose to dine in one of the museum’s exterior sculpture gardens.

Mission
Palm Springs Art Museum creates transformative experiences that expand our understanding of ourselves and the world. Our collections, exhibitions, and programs connect people to the art and culture of our community and time. We foster and inspire reflection and renewal for local, national, and global audiences.

About
Founded in 1938, the Palm Springs Art Museum serves many communities in the Coachella Valley through its art exhibitions and community programming. The museum’s extensive permanent collection includes significant works by modern, contemporary, western and glass artists, and features temporary exhibitions from national and international artists. Each year, the museum hosts several free community days (including the second Sunday of every month) and offers art classes and workshops geared toward children and adults. It also offers a range of theatrical and musical performances in its Annenberg Theater. Throughout all these programs, the museum is dedicated to creating memorable and inspiring interactions through educational and cultural opportunities.

Art Exhibitions
Two wings and other areas of the museum feature temporary exhibitions (these rotate about every 3-4 months). Most of the museum is devoted to the permanent collection that features significant works of art from internationally-known artists.

The Kaplan/Ostergaard Glass Center's new location is situated under a massive sky light offering a light-filled environment. The center presents a variety of glass sculptures and techniques ranging from casting to glass blowing and other creative methods. Diverse styles and subjects range from the narrative and figurative to the natural world and the exploration of color in space. End of the Day # 2 is the centerpiece of the space, surrounded by artworks of other renowned international artists who have had an impact on the development of the contemporary glass movement in major art centers throughout the world.

Art Workshops
The museum features a series of art workshops geared for all levels of art backgrounds/talents

Film Screenings

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The Palm Springs Art Museum in Palm Desert

The Galen
The Palm Springs Art Museum in Palm Desert opened in March of 2012 and serves the middle and easternmost side of the Coachella Valley. It features an architecturally distinctive, LEED-certified 8,400-square-foot building named The Galen that presents ongoing and temporary exhibitions of internationally important art in different media, including sculpture, painting, photography, and new media. The building itself is architecturally significant in not only its modern design but also in the fact that it was the first new LEED Certified, SILVER rated building constructed in Southern California, a designation used to identify high performance "green" buildings.

The interior of the building houses four separate gallery areas for rotating exhibits as well as the Annette Bloch Education Wing, which presents educational programs for visitors of all ages that accompanies the exhibitions. School tours, artist demonstrations, curatorial lectures, art films, community days, family events, and other learning programs are also presented in this space. The education wing enhances the museum's capacity for creative partnerships with local organizations, schools and universities for after-school classes and intern/mentor programs. It also provides a space for social programs for area libraries and galleries.

Faye Sarkowsky Sculpture Garden
The Galen building is surrounded by the four-acre Faye Sarkowsky Sculpture Garden that features more than 10 significant sculpture works on view surrounded by beautifully landscaped gardens. Set in a lushly landscaped desert oasis of water features, native plants and winding walkways dotted with natural rock benches, the sculpture garden houses the art of modern masters, including works by Donald Judd, Betty Gold, Yehiel Shemi , Felipe Castaneda, Jesús Bautista Moroles, Dan Namingha, Gio Pomodoro, and Dave McGary. The 250,000 square feet of sculpted, rolling landscape covered with native plantings, winding pathways, and water features is the most important sculpture garden between Los Angeles and Phoenix. The sculpture garden is open year round with no admission fee.


Palm Springs Art Museum Architecture and Design Center

The Vision
The Palm Springs Art Museum purchased the historic 1961 Santa Fe Federal Savings & Loan building in downtown Palm Springs and is in the process of rehabilitating the iconic building to create the new Palm Springs Art Museum Architecture and Design Center, Edwards Harris Pavilion.

The building, designed by renowned mid-century modern architect E. Stewart Williams, is a classic mid-century international style structure, and was recently designated as a protected Class I Historic Site. It features a ground level glass pavilion space that will showcase architecture and design exhibitions, a store, and curatorial offices. The building has a lower level that contains a vault, meeting space, storage space, kitchen, and restrooms with a total of more than 13,000 square feet.

The A+D Center is the country’s first historic structure to be transformed into a free-standing architecture and design museum that is housed in a modern building.

Exhbitions:*

Scraps: Fashion, Textiles, and Creative Reuse
October 1, 2018 – January 14, 2019
Palm Springs Art Museum Architecture and Design Center
(more information)

Lines in the Sand
Through August 11, 2019
Palm Springs Art Museum
(more information)

Narratives in Glass
March 24th – November 4, 2018
Palm Springs Art Museum, Kaplan-Ostergaard Glass Center
(more information)

JOURNEY THROUGH THE DESERT – THE ROAD LESS TRAVELED
March 17th – November 25, 2018
(more information)

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