2007 Museum Calendar

American Representational Art Exhibitions

Hosted by Non-Profit Museums and Organizations



 

September

 

 

 
Addison Gallery of American Art at Phillips Academy
Andover, MA
978-749-4015
Ipswich Days: Arthur Wesley Dow and his Hometown
September 22 through January 6
 
 
Aldrich Museum of Contemporary Art
Ridgefield, CT
203-438-4519
James Prosek: Life & Death - A Visual Taxonomy
September 16 through June 8
 
 
Allentown Art Museum
Allentown, PA
610-432-4333
Rhythmic Coils: Sweetgrass Baskets by Debora Muhl
September 16 through November 18
 
 
American Museum of Ceramic Art
Pomona, CA
909-865-3146
Form and Imagination: Women Ceramic Sculptors
September 8 through November 24
 
 
Arnot Art Museum
Elmira, NY
607-734-3697
Michael Bergt
September 15 through November 26
 
 
Art Museum of Southeast Texas
Beaumont, TX
409-832-3432
Frank Reaugh: The Texas Frontiier
September 8 through September 30
 
 
Blaffer Gallery, the Art Museum of the University of Houston
Houston, TX
713-743-9530
Amy Sillman: Suitors and Strangers
September 8 through November 10
 
 
Butler Institute of American Art
Main Facility in Youngstown, OH
330-743-1711
Albert Handell: Pastels
September 09 through November 11
 
 
Columbia Museum of Art
Columbia, SC
803-799-2810
Seeing Ourselves: Masterpieces of American Photography
September 14 through January 6
 
 
Columbus Museum - Georgia
Columbus, GA
706-748-2562
Introductions: Diane Edison Tracing the Nation
September 27 through March 9
 
 
Crocker Art Museum
Sacramento, CA
916-264-5423
Grandma Moses: Grandmother to the Nation
September 8, 2007 through January 6
 
 
Des Moines Art Center
Des Moines, IA
515-277-4405
Enrique Chagoya: Borderlandia
September 21 through January 6
 
 
Figge Art Museum
Davenport, IA
(563) 326-7804
Go West!
September 29 through January 13
 
 
Frye Art Museum
Seattle, WA
206-622-9250
Yvonne Twining Humber: Modern Painter
September 8 through January 6
 
 
Georgia Museum of Art
University of Georgia
Athens, GA
706-542-GMOA
Real Western Wear: Beaded Gauntlets from the William Healey Collection
September 29 through January 6, 2008
 
 
Georgia O'Keeffe Museum
Santa Fe, NM
505-946-1000
Georgia O'Keeffe and the Women of the Stieglitz Circle
September 21 through January 13
 
 
Hillstrom Museum of Art
St. Peter, MN
507-933-7200
The Art Students League of New York: Highlights from the Permanent Collection
September 9 through November 4
 
 
Montgomery Museum of Fine Arts
Montgomery, AL
334-244-5700
William H. Johnson's World on Paper
September 15 through November 18
 
 
Morris Museum of Art
Augusta, Georgia
706-724-7501
The Art of John Dos Passos
September 8 through November 25
A Collector's Discoveries and Revelations
September 22 through November 11
 
 
Museum of Contemporary Art, North Miami
North Miami, Flo
305-893-6211
Karen Kilimnik
September 7 through November 12
 
 
National Gallery of Art
Washington, D.C.
202-737-4215
Edward Hopper
September 16 through January 21
 
 
New Britain Museum of American Art
New Britain, CT
860-229-0257
David and Laura Grey Collection of 19th-Century American Art
September 14 through November 25
 
 
Palmer Museum of Art
University Park, PA
814-865-7672
Thomas Hart Benton's Shallow Creek (1939): A Focus Exhibition
September 4 through December 2
 
 
Sioux City Art Center
Sioux City, IA
712-279-6272
Marilyn Monroe, Life as a Legend
September 29 through November 25
 
 
Smithsonian American Art Museum
Washington, D.C.
202-275-1500
Kindred Spirits: Asher B. Durand and American Landscape Painting
September14 through January 6
 
 
Spencer Museum of Art
University of Kansas / Lawrence, KS
785-864-4710
Aaron Douglas, African American Modernist
September 8 through December 2
 
 
Tacoma Art Museum
Tacoma, WA
253-272-4258
Cecilia Beaux, American Figure Painter
September 29 through January 6
 
 
Walter Anderson Museum of Art
Ocean Springs, MS
228-872-3164
An Introspective Mind: The "Mac" Anderson Centennial Exhibition
September 27 through January 6
 
 
Woodmere Art Museum
Philadelphia, PA
215-247-0476
Angels, Alleys, And Animal Acts: Prints By Julius Bloch, Robert Riggs, G. Ralph Smith, Earl Horter, And Benton Spruance
September 23 through January 6

 

 

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What is included

Calendars reference exhibitions devoted primarily to American representational art. Not all exhibitions submitted to TFAO 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. The deadline for inclusion in a current monthly calendar is the first day of that month.

 

How TFAO updates calendars for future exhibitions

Calendars are updated in two ways:

Systematically:

Twice or more yearly, TFAO volunteers use the calendar update schedule as a resource to search for future exhibits: A-C D-G H-L M-Q R-S T-Z

Occasionally:

Calendars are updated on a continuous basis as information is received from institutional non-profit sources.

 

How TFAO uses calendars for future exhibitions

During the month in which exhibitions open, TFAO sends inquiries to institutional non-profit sources for texts and images for inclusion in its publication Resource Library.

For the current month inquiries have been made through Woodmere Art Museum.

 

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.


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