September, 2018 National Calendar of Art Exhibitions

American Representational Art Exhibitions Hosted by Art Museums and Other Non-Profit Organizations


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Bone Creek Museum of Agrarian Art


September 29 through November 9


Brinton Museum

50th Anniversary / Treaty of Fort Laramie

September 2 through November 9


California Museum of Photography

The Great War through the Stereoscope

September 22 through January 27


Claremont Museum of Art

Primal Nature: Animalia by Women in Post-War Claremont

September 21 through January 6


Dallas Museum of Art

Cult of the Machine: Precisionism and American Art

September 16 through January 6


de Saisset Museum at Santa Clara University

California Flora: Fanny McClatchy Richardson

September 28 through June 15


Elmhurst Art Museum

The Figure and the Chicago Imagists: Selections from the Elmhurst College Art Collection

September 8 through January 13

Erie Art Museum

Ceramic Sculpture by Chuck Johnson

September 14 through December 2


Figge Art Museum

William L. Hawkins: An Imaginative Geography

September 22  through December 30


Hearst Art Gallery at Saint Mary's College

Graphicanos: Contemporaray Latino Prints from the Serie Project, organized by the Fort Wayne Museum of Art 

September 16 through December 16


Hearst Art Gallery at Saint Mary's College

William Keith: Mount Shasta

September 16 through December 16


Lafayette College Galleries 

William Wegman: Instant Miami

September 4 through December 8


Nevada Museum of Art

Anne W. Brigman

September 29 through January 27


New Mexico State University Art Gallery


September 27 through January 5


Ogden Museum of Southern Art

Newton Howard: Painter of the Sportsman's Paradise

September 6 through January 13


Palmer Museum of Art

Object Lessons: American Still-Life Painting in the Nineteenth Century 

September 4 through December 16


Palmer Museum of Art

A Small Radius of Light: G. Daniel Massad, A Retrospective

September 25 through December 9


Pomona College Museum of Art

Hayv Kahraman

September 4 through December 22


Smart Museum of Art - University of Chicago

South Side Stories: Rethinking Chicago Art, 1960-1980

September 13 through December 30


Smithsonian American Art Museum

Between Worlds: The Art of Bill Traylor

September 28 through March 17


Tang Museum

3-D Doings: The Imagist Object in Chicago Art, 1964-1980

September 8 through January 6 


Taubman Museum of Art

Hear My Voice: Native American Art of the Past and Present 

September 29 through January 6


Thacher Gallery, University of San Francisco

Allan DeSouza: Through the Black Country, or, The Sources of the Thames Around the Great Shires of Lower England and Down the Severn River to the Atlantic Ocean

September 4 through November 4


Woodmere Art Museum

The Pennsylvania Landscape in Impressionism and Contemporary Art

September 22 through January 27

Please also see:

What is included in the calendars
How to make the most of your visit to an exhibition
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How TFAO uses the National Calendar of Art Exhibitions

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