Fine Arts Drive in front of the Museum is closed to vehicle traffic. Parking lots are open, and the garage is accessible from Government Drive. More info.
EXHIBITIONS

Main Exhibition

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

Tickets
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On View

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

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

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

Printing Abstraction
November 30–March 31, 2019

Upcoming

Southwest Weavings: 800 Years of Artistic Exchange
December 14—May 5, 2019

LEARN & DO
Museum Calendar
Find out all about upcoming events on our event calendar.
Engage Your Senses
Join us for a sensory-filled family day on Dec. 16 from 1-4 pm. Create a tactile work of art, listen to music from around the world, and more.
Gallery Talk
Yoruba Art for Gods and Mortals, led by Nichole Bridges, associate curator for African art, meets December 13 at 11 am and December 14 at 6 pm.
COLLECTIONS

VISIT
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

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New on View: Pink Roses in a Glass Vase
Scottish Colourist Samuel Peploe explored complex color combinations in a meticulously organized still life now on view in Gallery 209.
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.