2004 Museum Calendar

American Representational Art Exhibitions

Hosted by Non-Profit Museums and Organizations



 

 

 

September

 

 

 
 
Baum Gallery of Fine Art, University Central Arkansas
Conway, AR
501-450-5793     
Three Series of Prints by Jacob Lawrence
September 1 through October 31
 
 
Brattleboro Museum & Art Center
Brattleboro, VT
802-257-0124
The Post Modern Landscape
September through December
 
 
Columbus Museum of Art
Columbus, OH
614-221-6801
Family Album: The James Rutkowski Collection of American Photography
September 11 through January 2
 
 
Contemporary Art Center of Virginia
757-425-0000
Virginia Beach, VA
Creativity: The Flowering Tornado, Art by Ginny Ruffner
September 30 through January 16
 
 
Dane G. Hansen Museum
Logan, KS
785-689-4846
Visions for the Next Millenium: Wilderness Photography - Focus on Preservation, Photographs by Clyde Butcher
September 16 through November 14
 
 
Detroit Institute of Arts
Detroit, MI
313-833-7900
The Photography of Charles Sheeler: American Modernist
September 8 through December 5
 
 
El Paso Museum of Art
El Paso, TX
915-532-1707
Texas Flags
September 12 through January 9
 
 
Erie Art Museum
Erie, PA
814-459-5477
Traversed Lands by Thomas Paquette
September 18 through December 12
 
 
Farnsworth Art Museum
Rockland, ME
207-596-6457
Un/Coverings: Maine Fiber Arts 2004
September 19 through February 20
 
Frist Center for the Visual Arts
Nashville, TN
615-244-3340
Spirit of a Nation: Highlights from the Hunter Museum of American Art
September 3 through January 30
 
 
Fuller Craft Museum
Brockton, MA
508-588-6000
Lisa Williamson: Colors of a Garden
September 11 - January 20
 
 
Georgia O'Keeffe Museum
Santa Fe, NM
505-946-1000
In the American Grain: Dove, Hartley, Marin, O'Keeffe and Steiglitz
September 24 through January 2
 
 
Hearst Art Gallery at Saint Mary's College
Moraga, CA
925-631-4379
Revelations and Reflections of American Self-Taught Artists
September 4 through October 17
Ongoing in the Keith Room: Cigar Box and Panel Paintings
September 4 through October 17
 
 
Indianapolis Museum of Art
Indianapolis, IN
317-923-1331
Bolton Brown: Artist-Lithographer
September 21 through January 2
 
 
Joslyn Art Museum
Omaha, NE
402-342-3300
Revealed/Concealed: Contemporary Portraiture from the Collection
September 18 through January 2005
 
 
Lauren Rogers Museum of Art
Laurel, MS
601-649-6374
Navajo Weavings of Teec Nos Pos: Trees in a Circle
September 18 through November 14
 
Leigh Yawkey Woodson Art Museum
Wausau, WI
715-845-7010
Birds in Art
September 11 through November 14
 
 
Lowe Art Museum at University of Miami
Coral Gables, FL
305-284-3603
The Morans: The Artistry of a 19th-century Family of Painter-Etchers.
September 18 through November 14
 
 
Memorial Art Gallery of the University of Rochester
Rochester, NY
585-473-7720
If Elected I Will Serve: Election Images from the Permanent Collection
September 10 through November 21
 
 
Michelson Museum of Art
Marshall, TX
903-935-9480
Artists of the American West
September 7 through October 3
 
 
Minnesota Museum of American Art
Saint Paul, MN
651-292-4355
The Cochran Collection of African American Works on Paper
September 18 through November 21
 
 
Mint Museum of Art
Charlotte, NC
704-337-2000
Andrew Wyeth: The Helga Pictures
September through January
 
 
Mitchell Art Gallery at St. John's College
Annapolis, MD
410-626-2556
Louise Nevelson: Selections from the Farnsworth Art Museum
September 19 through November 14
 
 
Montclair Art Museum
Montclair, NJ
973-746-5555
Jan Matulka: Global Modernist
September 19 through January 16
Indian Space Works from the Montclair Art Museum's Permanent Collection
September 19 through January 16
 
 
Morgan State University of Art
Baltimore, MD
443.885.3020
Something All Our Own: The Grant Hill Collection of African American Art
September 15 through November 30
 
 
New Orleans Museum of Art
New Orleans, LA
504-488-2631
The Eclectic Eye: The Frederick Weisman Collection
September 4 through October 24
 
 
Norman Rockwell Museum
Stockbridge, MA
413-298-4100
Norman Rockwell's 322 Saturday Evening Post Covers
September 25 through January 16
 
 
Phippen Museum
Prescott, AZ
928-778-1385
George Phippen Retrospective
September 9 through December 30
 
 
Portland Art Museum
Portland, OR
503-226-2811
Edward Weston: A Photographer's Love of Life
September 11 through November 28
 
 
Reading Public Museum
Reading, PA
610-371-5850
The Art of Children's Books: Award Winning Art from Caldecott Children's Books
September 26 through January 16
 
 
Scottsdale Museum of Contemporary Art
Scottsdale, AZ
480-994-2787
Joseph Albers: Seeing in Color
September 25 through January 2
 
 
Tacoma Art Museum
Tacoma, WA
253-272-4258
Northwest Perspective: Scott Fife
September 18 through January 2
 
 
Taft Museum of Art
Cincinnati, OH
513-241-0343
Through American Eyes: Two Centuries of American Work from the Collection of the Huntington Museum of Art
September 12 through November 7
 
 
Tucson Museum of Art
Tucson, AZ
502-624-2333
Poetic Vistas
September 4 through February 6
 
 
Tyler Museum of Art
Tyler, Texas
903-595-1001
The Eyes of Texas: The Lone Star State as Seen by Her Artists
September 17 through January 2
 
 
University Art Museum, University of Louisiana
Lafayette, LA
337.482.5326
American Impressions: An Arcadian Vision, Paintings from the Akron Art Museum
September 17 through November 28
 
 
University of Arizona Museum of Art
Tucson, AZ
520- 621-7567
Majority Report
September 11 hrough January 9
 
 
Vero Beach Museum of Art
Vero Beach, FL
772-231-0707
George Bellows at Woodstock
September 4 through November 13
INTIMATE ENCOUNTERS: Mercedes Devereau Outré Watercolor Paintings by Quentin Walter
September 4 through October 31

 

 

Wadsworth Atheneum Museum of Art
Hartford, CT
860-278-2670
For Women: Icons of Struggle, Strength and Dignity
September 18 through March 13
 
 
Woodmere Art Museum
Philadelphia, PA
215-247-0476
Allan Freelon: Pioneer African-American Impressionist
September 19 -through November 28


 

 

 

October

 

 
Anchorage Museum of History and Art
Anchorage, AK
907-343-6173
Hal Gage Solo Exhibition
October 3 through November 7
 
 
Baltimore Museum of Art
Baltimore, MD
410-396-7100
Theodore Robinson: An American Impressionist in Giverny
October 17 through January 9
 
 
C. M. Russell Museum
Great Falls, MT
406-727-8787
Russell and Remington and the Canadian West
October 29 through January 23
 
 
Columbus Museum of Art
Columbus, OH
614-221-6801
Georgia O'Keeffe and New Mexico: A Sense of Place
October 5 through January 16
Lee Friedlander-At Work
October 5 through January 16
 
Dixon Gallery and Gardens
Memphis, TN
901-761-2409
James McNeill Whistler: Selected Works from the Hunterian Art Gallery
October 17 through January 30
 
 
Georgia Museum of Art
Athens, GA
706-542-GMOA
Classic Ground: Mid-19th-Century American Painting and the Italian Encounter
October 23 through January 2
Masterworks from the New Britain Museum of American Art I and II
October 23 through January 2
 
 
Getty (J. Paul) Museum
Los Angeles, CA
310-440-7300
Close to Home: An American Album
October 12 through January 16
 
 
Gibbes Museum of Art
Charleston, SC
843-722-2706
Panorama of the American Landscape by William Dunlap
October 10 through January 9
Framing a Vision: Landscapes by Linda Fantuzzo and Manning Williams
October 10 through January 2
 
 
Greenville County Museum of Art
Greenville, SC
864-271-7570
Mary Azarian:from A to Z
October 6 through December 31
 
 
Hirshhorn Museum and Sculpture Garden
Washington, DC
202-357-2700
Ana Mendieta: Sculpture and Performance
October 14 through January 2
 
 
Honolulu Academy of Arts
Honolulu, HI
808-532-8712
American Studio Sculpture: Early 20th-Century Works from he Academy's Collection
October 21 hrough December TBA
 
 
Katonah Museum of Art
Katonah, NY
914-232-9555
Ed Young: Chinese Folktales
October 17 through January 9
 
 
Leigh Yawkey Woodson Art Museum
Wausau, WI
715-845-7010
The Berenstain Bears Celebrate: The Art of Stan and Jan Berenstain
October 30 through January 30
 
 
Memorial Art Gallery of the University of Rochester
Rochester, NY
585-473-7720
The Walter O. Evans Collection of African American Art
October 10 through January 9
 
 
Metropolitan Museum of Art
New York, NY
212-535-7710
Romare Bearden at the Met
October 19 through March 6
Gilbert Stuart
October 21 through January 16
George Washington : Man, Myth, Monument
October 19 through February 27
 
 
Milwaukee Art Museum
Milwaukee, WI
414-224-3200
Masterpieces of Amereican Art, 1770-1920: From The Detroit Institute of Arts
October 23 through January 30
 
 
Minnesota Museum of American Art
Saint Paul, MN
651-292-4355
African American Works on Paper from the Wes and Missy Cochran Collection
October 3 through November 2
 
 
Minnetrista Cultural Center
Muncie, IN
765-282-4848 or 800-428-5887
Adams, Forsyth and Steele: Indiana Paintings from the Lilly Endowment Collection
October 23 through January 2
 
 
Mint Museum of Art / Mint Museum of Craft+Design
Charlotte, NC
704-337-2000
Andrew Wyeth's Helga: An Intimate Study
October 16 through January 9
Woven Worlds: Basketry from the Clark Field Collection
North Carolina Pottery, a Restless Tradition
October 30 through February 27
 
 
Michener (James A.) Art Museum
Doylestown, PA
215-340-9800
Peter Paone: Imaginary Watercolors
October 16 through January 16
 
 
Montgomery Museum of Fine Arts
Montgomery, AL
334-244-5700
Augustus Saint-Gaudens: American Sculptor of the Gilded Age
October 21 through January 2
 
 
Monteserrat College of Art
Beverly, MA
508-922-8222
Will Barnet: My Father's House
October 1 through November 23
 
 
Museum of Contemporary Art, Los Angeles
Los Angeles, CA
213-626-6222
Cotton Puffs, Q-tips®, Smoke and Mirrors: the Drawings of Ed Ruscha
October 17 through January 17
 
 
Museum of Fine Arts, Houston
Houston, TX
713-639-7300
George Catlin and His Indian Gallery
October 10 through January 16
 
 
Museum of Texas Tech University
Lubbock, TX
806-742-2490
Alan Magee: Paintings -- Sculpture -- Graphics
October 3 through January 2
 
 
Naples Museum of Art
Naples, FL
239-597-1900 or 800-597-1900
Winslow Homer The Illustrator: His Wood Engravings, 1857-1888 from the Cornell Fine Arts Museum, Winter Park, Florida
October 17 through December 5
 
 
National Academy Museum
New York, NY
212-369-4880
Transforming the Page: Line, Wash and Smudges
October 27 through January 2
The Photorealist Project by Xavier Veilhan
October 27 through January 2
 
 
Neuberger Museum of Art
Purchase, NY
914-251-6100
There is No Eye: Photography by John Cohen
October 17 through January 2
 
 
San Antonio Museum of Art
San Antonio, TX
210-978-8100
Visions of a Vanishing Culture: Edward S. Curtis and the North American Indian
October 9 through January 9
 
 
Sangre de Cristo Arts & Conference Center
Pueblo, CO
(719) 295-7200
Seasons in Colorado: Selections from the Gene Kloss Collection
October 30 through January 22
 
 
Scottsdale Museum of Contemporary Art
Scottsdale, AZ
480-994-2787
Let's Walk West: Brad Kahlhamer
October 1 through January 23
 
 
Springfield Library and Museums Association
Springfield, MA
413-263-6800
Seeing the Unseen: Photographs by Harold Edgerton
October 23 through November 28
 
 
Studio Museum in Harlem
New York, NY
212-864-4500
Kerry James Marshall
October 13 through January 9
 
 
Tacoma Art Museum
Tacoma, WA
253-272-4258
Hudson River School Masterworks from theWadsworth Atheneum Museum of Art
October 2 through January 16
 
 
Tucson Museum of Art
Tucson, AZ
502-624-2333
Texas Rangeland: The Photographs of Burton Pritzker
October 2 through March 6
Directions: Hirotsune Tashima: "What Do You Want to Eat in Your Life?"
October 16 through January 9
 
 
University of Arizona Museum of Art
Tucson, AZ
520- 621-7567
Making the Scene, Arizona Style
October 9 through January 16
 
 
Utah Museum of Fine Arts at University of Utah
Salt Lake City, UT
801-581-7332
Popular Events: Photographs by Craig Pozzi
October 9 - November 30
 
 
Virginia Historical Society
Richmond, VA
804-342-9665
American Visions of Liberty and Freedom
October 16 through May 30
 
 
Walter Anderson Museum of Art
Ocean Springs, MS
228-872-3164
An American First: Walter Anderson's Blockprints
October 28 through February 13
 
 
Whitney Museum of American Art
New York, NY
212-570-3600
The Art of Romare Bearden
October 14 through January 9
 

 

 

 
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