On View

Balance and Opposition in Ancient Peruvian Textiles
June 15–November 25, 2018

Flora and Fauna in Japanese Art
October 5–March 24, 2019

New Media Series—Renée Green
October 5–February 17, 2019

Kehinde Wiley: Saint Louis
October 19–February 10, 2019


Graphic Revolution: American Prints 1960 to Now
November 11–February 3, 2019

Printing Abstraction
November 30–March 31, 2019

Museum Calendar
Find out all about upcoming events on our event calendar.
Open Studio: Print Shop
Nov. 16, 6 pm: Teens are invited to a free printmaking workshop to celebrate Graphic Revolution. Hosted by the Teen Arts Council.
Family Sunday: Make a Revolution
Print, stamp, cut, construct, and build revolutionary art every Sunday in November from 1-4 pm. Free.

Admission to the Museum is free every day.

Museum Hours

Tuesday–Sunday, 10 am–5 pm
Friday, 10 am–9 pm
Closed Monday
Holiday hours are available on the calendar

Grace Taylor Broughton Sculpture Garden
Open Every Day, 6am-10pm

Directions & Parking

Dining Options
Not Throwing Away My “Kempshott”
Conservation interns Elizabeth Robson and Keara Teeter relied on a combination of paper and paintings conservation techniques to restore the Kempshott wallpaper.
Beasts, Mistresses, and Interior Decorating
What do the French Revolution, the British monarchy, and the American Great Depression all share in common? The answer is 25 panels of wallpaper.
Modernism in Mexico
Different in style, two artists working in mid-century Mexico—Mexican painter Rufino Tamayo & Guatemalan-born artist Carlos Mérida—had much in common.