2006 Museum Calendar

American Representational Art Exhibitions

Hosted by Non-Profit Museums and Organizations



 

January

 
 
 
Addison Gallery of American Art
Phillips Academy
Andover, MA
978-749-4015
Portraits of a People: Picturing African Americans in the Nineteenth Century
January 14 through March 14
Young America: The Daguerreotypes of Southworth & Hawes
January 28 through April 9, 2006
 
 
Bergstrom-Mahler Museum
Neenah, WI
920-751-4670
Pot Luck Quilts: Art Quilts from the Piecemakers
January 1 through- February 19
 
 
Brandywine River Museum
Chadds Ford, PA
610-388-2700
For the Joy of It: Appliquéd Quilts from the Judy Roche Collection
January 21 through March 19
 
 
Brauer Museum of Art, Valparaiso University
Valparaiso, IN
219-464-5365
Personal Spaces: Details of American Homes, Photographs by Susan Carr
January 20 through March 19
 
 
Bruce Museum
Greenwich, CT
203-869-0376
Cinema, Swing and Satchmo: African-American Movie Posters
January 7 through April 16
 
 
Cape Cod Museum of Art
Dennis, MA
508-385-4477
Paul Schulenburg:  Celebrating Provincetown Artists  
January 7 through February 26
John Grillo: A Glimpse Through the Decades
January 7 through February 26
 
Center for Creative Photography - University of Arizona
Tucson, AZ
520-621-7968
Harry Callahan: The Photographer at Work
January 27 through May 7
 
 
Erie Art Museum
Erie, PA
814-459-5477
Mike Long
January 10 through March 17
 
 
Georgia O'Keeffe Museum
Santa Fe, NM
505-946-1000
Georgia O'Keeffe Foundation "Works on Paper" and Permanent Collection
January 20 through June 4
 
 
Harvard University Art Museums
Cambridge, MA
617-495-9400
Frank Stella 1958
February 4 through May 7
 
 
Hearst Art Gallery at Saint Mary's College
Moraga, CA
925-631-4379
Tools as Art: The Hechinger Collection
January 14 through February 19
 
 
Hearst Center for the Arts
Cedar Falls, IA
319-273-8641
Still Life Paintings from the Hearst Center's Permanent Collection
January 14 through March 19
 
 
Hockaday Museum of Art
Kalispell, MT
406-755-5268
Paint Outside the Lines: Montana Impressionists
January 10 through March 17
Historical Photographs of the Flathead by Herman Schnitzmeyer (1880-1939)
January 10 through March 17
 
 
Honolulu Academy of Arts
Honolulu, HI
808-532-8712
Through My Father's Eyes: The Filipino American Photographs of Ricardo Octero Alvarado (1914-1976)
January 4 through January 29
Portraits of Persons, Views of Places, and Historical Representations of Remarkable Incidents: John Webber's Images of Hawaii
January 25 through April 30
 
 
Hyde Collection Art Museum
Glens Falls, NY
518-792-1761
Love, Live, Work: The Roycroft Legacy
January 8 through April 2
 
 
Kalamazoo Institute of Arts
Kalamazoo, MI
616-349-7775
From Goodnight Moon to Art Dog: The World of Clement, Edith and Thacher Hurd
January 21 through March 19
 
 
Lafayette College Galleries
Easton, PA
610-330-5151
David C. Driskell: Reflections and Memories
January 27 through March 12
 
 
Leepa-Rattner Museum of Art
Tarpon Springs FL
727-712-LRMA(5762)
The Decorative Home:  The Arts & Crafts Movement in America, 1900 ­ 1915, From the collection of Tow Red Roses Foundation, Inc.
January 22 through April 16
 
 
Montgomery Museum of Fine Arts
Montgomery, AL
334-244-5700
Jacob Lawrence: Three Series Of Prints: Genesis, Hiroshima, and Toussaint L'ouverture
January 21 through March 19
 
 
Morris Museum of Art
Augusta, GA
706-724-7501
Salmagundi Club: An American Institution
January 28 through April 9
 
 
Peninsula Fine Arts Center
Newport News, VA
757-596-8175
Seeing the Unseen: Photographs by Harold Edgerton
January 8 through March 26
 
 
Scottsdale Museum of Contemporary Art
Scottsdale, AZ
480-994-2787
Andy Warhol's DreamAmerica: Screenprints from the collection of the Jordan Schnitzer Family Foundation
January 14 through May 28
 
 
Snite Museum of Art
Notre Dame, IN
219-631-5466
American Twentieth-Century Watercolors
January 8 through March 12
 
 
Trout Gallery at Dikinson College
Carlisle, PA
717-245-1344
Edmund Quimcy
January 27 through March 11
 
 
Vero Beach Museum of Art
Vero Beach, FL
772-231-0707
American and French Impressionism
January 30 through April 23
 
 
Walsh (Thomas J.) Art Gallery at Fairfield University
Fairfield, CT
203-254-4000 ext. 2969
Faith Ringgold
January 28 through March 4
 
 
West Bend Art Museum
West Bend, WI
262-334-9638
Out of Whistler's Window
January 4 through February 19
 
 
Wichita Art Museum
Wichita, KS
316-268-4921
Fairfield and Friends: Art From the Commerce Bancshares Collection
January 29 through May 21
 
 
 

February

 
 
Allen Memorial Art Museum
Oberlin College - Oberlin, OH
440-775-8665
Facing America: Portraits of the People and the Land
February 18 through September 3
 
 
Andy Warhol Museum
Pittsburgh, PA
412-237-8300
Henry Darger
February 5 through April 30
 
 
Boston University Art Galleries
Boston, MA
617-353-3329
A Photographic Portrait of Boston, 1840-1865
February 10 through April 2
 
 
Bruce Museum
Greenwich, CT
203-869-0376
Landscapes: Selections from the Bruce Museum Collection
February 4 through March 19
 
 
Cantor Arts Center
Stanford University
Stanford, CA
650-723-4177
American ABC: Childhood in the 19th-Century America
February 1 through May 7
 
 
Cedarhurst Art Center
Mt. Vernon, IL
618-242-1236
An American Art Colony: The Art and Artists of Ste. Genevieve, Missouri, 1930-1940
February 25 through April 23
 
 
Cedar Rapids Museum of Art
Cedar Rapids, IA
319-366-7503
The Quiet Landscapes of William B. Post
February 17 through May 21
 
Columbus Museum of Art
Columbus, OH
614-221-6801
American Impressionism
February 3 through June 4
Alice Schille: Masterworks
February 3 through June 4
 
 
Crocker Art Museum
Sacramento, CA
916-264-5423
At Continent's End: The Monterey Peninsula Art Colony, 1875-1907
February 17 through May 21
 
 
Georgia O'Keeffe Museum
Santa Fe, NM
505-946-1000
O'Keeffe and New Mexico
January 14 through February 8
A Celebration of New Works: Recent Gifts, Promised Gifts, and Extended Loans
February 10 through June 4
 
 
Harvard University Art Museums
Cambridge, MA
617-495-9400
Frank Stella 1958
February 4 through May 7
 
 
Hofstra Museum
Hofstra University
Hempstead, NY
516-463-5672
Robert Rauschenberg, Artist-Citizen: Posters for a Better World
February 11 through April 23
 
 
Lauren Rogers Museum of Art
Laurel, MS
601-649-6374
Pinturas de Fe: The Retablo Tradition in Mexico and New Mexico
February 15 through May 15
 
 
Leigh Yawkey Woodson Art Museum
Wausau, WI
715-845-7010
Paul Stankard: A Floating World
February 4 through April 9
Paper Cuts: The Art of Contemporary Paper
February 4 through April 9
 
 
Long Island Museum of Art, History and Carriages
Stony Brook, NY
631-751-0066
Tiffany by Design
February 11 through June 11
 
 
Main Art Gallery at California State University, Fullerton
Fullerton, CA
714-278-3471
Sandow Birk: Dante's Inferno
February 4 through March 10
 
 
Mint Museum of Art / Mint Museum of Craft+Design
Charlotte, NC
704-337-2000
Secret Games: Wendy Ewald Collaborative Works with Children, 1969 - 1999
February 11 through May 7
 
Montgomery Museum of Fine Arts
Montgomery, AL
334-244-5700
Three Series of Prints by Jacob Lawrence
February 1 through March 31
 
 
Museum of Fine Arts, Boston
Boston, MA
617-267-9300
David Hockney Portraits
February 26 through May 14
 
 
Museum of Fine Arts, Houston
Houston, TX
713-639-7300
Two Women Look West: Photographs of King Ranch by Helen Kleberg and Toni Frissell
February 11 through May 7
Encouraging American Genius: Master Paintings from the Corcoran Gallery of Art
February 19 through May 7
 
 
Museum of Fine Arts, St. Petersburg
St. Petersburg, FL
727-896-2667
Photography Past/Forward: Aperture at 50
February 4 through April 29
 
 
Museum of Fine Arts, Santa Fe
Santa Fe, NM
505-476-5072
Roy Lichtenstein: American Indian Encounters
February 3 through April 22
 
 
Nassau County Museum of Art
Roslyn Harbor, NY
516-484-9338
Reginald Marsh
February 19 through May 13
 
 
National Academy Museum
New York, NY
212-369-4880
Treasures from Olana: Landscapes by Frederic Edwin Church
February 9 through April 30
 
 
Norman Rockwell Museum
Stockbridge, MA
413-298-4100
Dinotopia: The Fantastical Art of James Gurney
February 18 through May 20
 
 
Pensacola Museum of Art
Pensacola, FL
850-432-6247
It's a Dog's Life: Photographs by William Wegman from The Polaroid Collection
February 24 through March 1
 
 
Samuel Dorsky Museum of Art
University of New York,
New Paltz, NY
845-257-3844
American Scenery: Different Views in Hudson River School Painting
February 4 through May 27
 
 
San Diego Museum of Art
Balboa Park, San Diego, CA
619-232-7931
American Ceramics 1884-1972
February 25 through Sepember 3
 
 
Smart Museum of Art
University of Chicago
Chicago, IL
773-702-0200
One/Many: Western American Survey Photographs by Bell and O'Sullivan
February 2 through May 14
 
 
Tacoma Art Museum
Tacoma, WA
253-272-4258
The Great American Thing: Modern Art and National Identity, 1915-1935
February 4 through May 21
 
 
Westmoreland Museum of American Art
Greensburg, PA
724-837-1500
Artists of the Commonwealth: Realism and Its Response in Pennsylvania Painting, 1900 ­ 1950
February 26 through May 21
 

 

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