2005 Museum Calendar

American Representational Art Exhibitions

Hosted by Non-Profit Museums and Organizations



 

 

May

 

 

 
Alaska State Museum
Juneau, AK
907-465-2901
A Northern Adventure: The Art of Fred Machetanz (1908-2002)
May 7 through September 24
 
 
Amon Carter Museum
Fort Worth, TX
817-738-1933
The Art of Twentieth-Century American Illustrators from the Collections
May 28 through December 18
 
 
Ashby-Hodge Museum of American Art
Central Methodist University
Fayette, MO
660-248-6304
Luminous Landscapes: Paintings by Anne Garney
May 31 through July 7
 
 
Austin Museum of Art
Austin, TX
512.495.9224 Downtown - 512.458-8191 Laguna Gloria
Annie Leibovitz: American Music
May 28 through August 7
Charles Mary Kubricht: Scanning the Grand Canyon
May 28 through August 7
 
 
Brandywine River Museum
Chadds Ford, PA
610-388-2700
Animal Sculpture in the Folk Tradition
May 28 through July 24
 
 
Brattleboro Museum & Art Center
Brattleboro, VT
802-257-0124
In The Moment -- The Still Life Paintings of Joseph Ablow, Janet Fish and David Rohn
May 1 through October 30
Wingate Studio -- Twenty Years of Master Prints
May 1 through July 31
 
 
Bruce Museum
Greenwich, CT
203-869-0376
The Sight of Music: Prints from the Collection of Reba and Dave Williams
May 5 through September 25
 
 
Chinese American Museum
Los Angeles, CA
213-485-8568
Impressions: Milton Quon's Los Angeles
May 15 through January 15
 
 
C. M. Russell Museum
Great Falls, MT
406-727-8787
Contemporary Perspectives on a Historical Journey
May through August
 
 
Florence Griswold Museum
Old Lyme, CT
860-434-5542
May Night: Willard Metcalf in Old Lyme,
May 1 through September 11
 
 
Georgia O'Keeffe Museum
Santa Fe, NM
505-946-1000
Georgia O'Keeffe and Andy Warhol: Flowers of Distinction
May 13 through January 2
 
 
Getty (J. Paul) Museum
Los Angeles, CA
310-440-7300
Three Roads Taken: The Photographs of Paul Strand
May 10 through September 4
 
 
Krasl Art Center
St. Joseph, MI
616-983-0271
Through American Eyes: Two Centuries of American Work from the Collection of the Huntington Museum of Art
May 1 through June 26
 
 
Louisiana State University
Shreveport, LA
800-229-5957 or 318-797-5000
Living Records of the Wild: Walter Wilwerding's Animals
May 15 through June 20
 
 
McNay Art Museum
San Antonio, TX
210-824-5368
Philip John Evett's Fantastic Figures & Drawings
May 17 through August 14
 
 
Memorial Art Gallery of the University of Rochester (10/29/04)
Rochester, NY
585-473-7720
A High Style: Alex Katz's Alex and Ada Suite
May 20 through July 31
 
 
Metropolitan Museum of Art
New York, NY
212-535-7710
John Townsend: Newport Cabinetmaker
May 6 through September 25
 
 
Muskegon Museum of Art
Muskegon, MI
231-720-2570
The Many Faces of David Diaz
May 1 through June 26
 
 
Neuberger Museum of Art
Purchase, NY
914-251-6100
Deborah Butterfield
May 22 through August 29
 
 
Nevada Museum of Art
Reno, NV
775-329-3333
Maxfield Parrish: Master of Make Believe
May 1 through July 3
 
 
New Orleans Museum of Art
New Orleans, LA
504-488-2631
Circle Dance: John T. Scott Retrospective
May 7 through July 10
 
 
Paine Art Center and Gardens
Oshkosh, WI
920-235-6903
Tools as Art: The Hechinger Collection
May through August
 
 
Panhandle-Plains Historical Museum
Canyon, TX
806-651-2244
W. Herbert Dunton: The Remington of the Southwest
May 28 through August 21
Capturing Western Lands: Russell and Remington's Canadian Frontier
May 29 through August 21
 
 
Polk Museum of Art
Lakeland, FL
863-688-7743
Drawn from Life: Works on Paper from the August L. and L. Tommie Freundlich Trust
May 14 through July 24
 
 
Reading Public Museum
Reading, PA
610-371-5850
I Must Go Down to the Sea: Seascapes and Marine Paintings from the Permanent Collection
May 24 through February 5
 
 
Riverside Art Museum
Riverside, CA
909-684-7111
American Aviation Pioneer Portraits
April 15 through June 4
 
 
Rockwell Museum
Corning, NY
607-937-5386
Fusing Traditions: Transformations in Glass by Native American Artists
May 7 through July 24
 
 
R. W. Norton Art Gallery
Shreveport, LA
318-865-4201
Art of he Stamp
May 10 through July 31
 
 
Shelburne Museum
Shelburne, VT
802-985-3346
Miss Rumphius, Ox-Cart Man, and the World of Barbara Cooney 
May 1 through October 31
 
 
Southern Alleghenies Museum of Art
Loretto, PA
814-472-3920
Scenes from the Alleghenies Mountains: The Landscape Painting of Scott Steberger
May 27 through September 30
 
 
Telfair Museum of Art
Savannah, GA
912-232-1177
Coming Home: American Paintings, 1930-1950, From the Schoen Collection
May 4 through July 24
 
 
University of Michigan Museum of Art
Ann Arbor, MI
734-764-0395
Jacob Lawrence: In Focus
May 29 through September 11
 
 
Virginia Museum of Fine Arts
Richmond, VA
804 340-1400
Capturing Beauty: American Impressionist and Realist Paintings from the McGlothlin Collection
May 19 through September 18
 
 
Walter Anderson Museum of Art
Ocean Springs, MS
228-872-3164
Shaped by Ancient Voices: the Andersons In Context
May 26 through September 11
 
 
Washington County Museum of Fine Arts
Hagerstown, MD
301-739-5727
The Moran Family of Painters: Edward, Leon, Thomas, Mary & Peter Moran
May 14 through August 28
 
 
Weatherspoon Art Museum
Greensboro, NC
336-334-5770
Window on the West: California Art from the Permanent Collection
May 15 through September 4
 
 
Wichita Art Museum
Wichita, KS
316-268-4921
Abraham Walkowitz, Forgotten Pioneer of American Modernism: Selections from the Collections of Eugene DeGruson and the Wichita Aart Museum
May 29 through October 23
 
 
Wichita Falls Museum and Art Center
Wichita Falls, TX
(940) 692-0923
Elements from the Front Range Contemporary Quilters
May 15 through August 16
 
 
 
 

 

June

 
 
 
Ann Arbor District Library
Ann Arbor, MI
734-327-4200
Zelda by Herself
June through July
 
 
Bergstrom-Mahler Museum
Neenah, WI
920-751-4670
Gerald Leslie Brockhurst: A Retrospective of Prints and Drawings from the William P. Brumfield Memorial Collection
June 12 through July 31
 
 
Berman Museum of Art
Ursinus College
Collegeville, PA
610-409-3500
Sara Steele: Blueprints for Paradise
June 12 through August 28
 
 
Boise Art Museum
Boise, ID
208-345-8330
Georgia O'Keeffe: Visions of the Sublime
June 30 through September 19
 
 
Center for Creative Photography - University of Arizona
Tucson, AZ
520-621-7968
John Szarkowski: Photographs
June 11 through September 5
 
 
Cleveland Museum of Art
Cleveland, OH
216-421-7340
Jim Dine, The Photographs, so far
June 11 through September 21
 
 
C. M. Russell Museum
Great Falls, MT
406-727-8787
Crow Agency Photographs by Joseph Henry Sharp
June 1 through July 4
 
 
Evansville Museum of Arts, History and Science
Evansville, IN
812-425-2406
Navajo Weavings from the Korb Collection
June 5 through August 28
 
 
Farnsworth Art Museum
Rockland, ME
207-596-6457
Portraits of the 80s: Photographs by Bob Brooks
June 19 through July 17
 
 
Fenimore Art Museum
Cooperstown, NY
888-547-1450
607-547-1400
Treasures from Olana: Landscapes by Frederic Edwin Church
June 12 through September 18
 
 
Frick Art and Historical Center
Pittsburgh, PA
412-371-0600
Margaret Bourke-White: The Photography of Design, 1927-1936
June 24 through September 4
 
 
Frist Center for the Visual Arts
Nashville, TN
615-244-3340
Fragile Species: New Art Nashville
June 17 through September 25
 
 
Georgia Museum of Art
Athens, GA
706-542-GMOA
Diane Arbus: Family Albums
June 18 through August 14
 
 
Grand Rapids Art Museum
Grand Rapids, MI
616-831-1000
Winslow Homer: Survival and the Sea
June 24 through September 11
 
 
Hockaday Museum of Art
Kalispell, MT
406-755-5268
KD Swan: Splendid Was the Trail
June 2 through July 28
Winold Reiss: Artist for the Great Northern
June 2 through October 18
 
 
Hood Museum of Art
Dartmouth College
Hanover, NH
603-646-2808
Drawn from Nature: The Plant Lithographs of Ellsworth Kelly
June 11 through August 14
 
 
Hudson River Museum
Yonkers, NY
914-963-4550
American Impressions: An Arcadian Vision, Paintings from the Akron Art Museum
June 4 through September 5
 
 
Hyde Collection Art Museum
Glens Falls, NY
518-792-1761
Painting Lake George: 1774-1900
June 5 through September 11
 
 
Joslyn Art Museum
Omaha, NE
402-342-3300
Frederick J. Brown: Portraits of the Music I Love
June 11 through September 4
 
 
Lauren Rogers Museum of Art
Laurel, MS
601-649-6374
Victorian Visionary: The Art of Elliott Daingerfield
June 16 through August 28
 
 
Leigh Yawkey Woodson Art Museum
Wausau, WI
715-845-7010
Visions for the Next Millennium: Wilderness Photography by Clyde Butcher
June 18 through August 28
Gus Foster: The American Landscape Panorama
June 18 through August 28
 
 
Los Angeles County Museum of Art
Los Angeles, CA
323-857-6000
André Kertész
June 12 through September 5
Tim Hawkinson
June 26 hrough August 28
 
 
Louise Wells Cameron Art Museum
Wilmington, NC
910-763-0281
Viola Frey
June 3 through September 4
 
 
Maier Museum of Art
Lynchburg, VA
804-947-8136
The Human Condition: Works on Paper from the Permanent Collection
June 3 through August 28
 
 
Marietta/Cobb Museum of Art
Marietta, GA
770-528-1444
The Native American Indian
September 11 through December 11
 
 
Minneapolis Institute of Arts
Minneapolis, MN
612-870-3000
The Water Remembers: Recent Paintings by May Stevens 1990-2004
June 11 through July 31
 
 
Modern Art Museum of Fort Worth
Fort Worth, TX
817-738-9215 or.866-824-5566
Robert Bechtle: A Retrospective
June 26 through August 28
 
 
Montgomery Museum of Fine Arts
Montgomery, AL
334-244-5700
It's a Dog's Life: Photographs by William Wegman from The Polaroid Collection
June 11 through August 7
 
 
Mulvane Art Museum
Washburn University
Topeka, KS
785-231-1124
Topeka Treasures: Highlights from the Collections of the Mulvane Art Museum and Topeka & Shawnee County Public Library
June 27 through July 29
 
 
National Gallery of Art
Washington, D.C.
202-737-4215
Irving Penn: The Platinum Prints
June 19 through October 2
 
 
Orange County Museum of Art
Newport Beach, CA
949-759-1122
Villa America: American Moderns, 1900-1950
June 5 through October 2
 
 
Palm Springs Desert Museum
Palm Springs, CA
760-325-7186
The True Artist is an Amazing Luminous Fountain Selected works from the di Rosa Preserve: Art & Nature.
June 21 through August 14
 
 
Pennsylvania Academy of the Fine Arts
Philadelphia, PA
215-972-7600
Light, Line and Color: American Works on Paper (1765-2005)
June 25 through September 4
 
 
Phoenix Art Museum
Phoenix, AZ
602-257-1222
Surrealism USA
June 5 through September 25
 
 
Portland Art Museum
Portland, OR
503-226-2811
Great Expectations: John Singer Sargent Painting Children
June 18 through September 11
 
 
Portland Museum of Art
Portland, Maine
1-207-775-6148 or 1-800-639-4067
Rockwell Kent: The Mythic and The Modern
June 23 through October 16
 
 
Richmond Art Museum
Richmond, IN
765-966-0256
Creating History: Indiana's Historic Women Artists
June 12 through August 26
 
 
Swope Art Museum
Terre Haute, IN
812-238-1676
Silent Stories: Grand-Scale Watercolors of Myra Schuetter
June 10 through July 25
 
 
Wadsworth Atheneum Museum of Art
Hartford, CT
860-278-2670
In Monet's Light: Theodore Robinson at Giverny
June 4 through September 4
 
 
West Bend Art Museum
West Bend, WI
262-334-9638
Painting the American West: Richard Lorenz, 1858 - 1915
June 8 through July 17

 

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These calendars reference temporary exhibitions of American representational art. Future calendars are updated on a continuous basis -- usually weekly -- as information is received from institutional non-profit sources. The deadline for inclusion in a current monthly calendar is the first day of that month. Not all items submitted are included in calendars. Group exhibitions of artist organizations, faculties and students at museums or art centers and those not deemed to be balanced in favor of American representational art are excluded. Revisions of dates are accepted and encouraged in order for calendars to be as accurate as possible. Exhibition dates may and do change without notice.

Please verify dates with sponsoring institutions before visiting exhibitions.

If you are touring, you will find American representational art venues to visit in Sources of News Articles Indexed by State within the United States.

For a calendar of folk art events indexed by state, see the The Americana SmorgasBoard's Calendar of Events.


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