2007 Museum Calendar

American Representational Art Exhibitions

Hosted by Non-Profit Museums and Organizations



 

October

 

 
 
Akron Art Museum
Akron, OH
330-376-9185
Picturing the African American Experience: Children's Book Illustrations by Kadir Nelson
October 6 through January 6
Close to Home: Watercolors by William Sommer and Raphael Gleitsmann
October 27 through January 27
 
 
Art Museum at Florida International University
Miami, FL
305-348-2890
2007 Florida Artist Series: Pip Brant: The Flying Carpet and Other Reusables
October 12 through December 9
 
 
Art Museum of Southeast Texas
Beaumont, TX
409-832-3432
TEJAS DEL OESTE AL ESTE: ART FROM THE El PASO MUSEUM OF ART
Oct.ober13 through December. 30
 
 
Cahoon Museum of American Art
Cotuit, MA
508-428-7581
Artist at Work: The Paintings of Charles Burdick
October 2 through November 11
 
 
Cantor Arts Center / Stanford University
Stanford, CA
650-723-4177
Anxious Objects: Willie Cole's Favorite Brands
October 3 through January 6
 
 
Cincinnati Art Museum
Cincinnati, OH
513-721-ARTS or 1-877-472-4CAM
Vanishing Frontier: Rookwood, Farny, and the American Indian
October 20 through January 20
 
 
Delaware Art Museum
Wilmington, DE
302-571-9590
Seeing the City: Sloan's New York
October 20 through January 20
 
 
Dixon Gallery and Gardens
Memphis, TN
901-761-2409
American Impressionist Paintings from the Phillips Collection
October 28 through January 6
 
 
Fine Arts Museums of San Francisco
San Francisco, CA
415-750-3600
Louise Nevelson: A Story in Sculpture
October 27 through January 13
 
 
Florence Griswold Museum
Old Lyme, CT
860-434-5542
Faces and Figures: American Portraits from The Florence Griswold Museum
October 20 through January 26
The Artistic Heritage of Connecticut: Highlights from the Hartford Steam Boiler Collection
October 27 through April 20
 
 
Hearst Center for the Arts
Cedar Falls, IA
319-273-8641
The Legend of Sleepy Hollow: Original Book Illustrations by Gary Kelley
October 13 tthrough November 9
 
 
Hudson River Museum
Yonkers, New York
914-963-4550
Pattern and Decoration: An Ideal Vision in American Art, 1975-1985
October 27 through January 20
 
 
Laguna Art Museum
Laguna Beach, CA
949-494-6531
Wayne Thiebaud: 70 Years of Painting
October 28 through January 27
 
 
Madison Museum of Contemporary Art
formerly Madison Art Center
Madison, WI
608-257-0158
Karl Wirsum: Winsome Works(some) and The Hairy Who (is who)
October 12 through January 6
 
 
Marshall M. Fredericks Sculpture Museum
University Center, MI
989-964-7125
David Hostetler, Wood and Bronze Sculptures
October 12 through January 26
 
 
Milwaukee Art Museum
Milwaukee, WI
414-224-3200
Martín Ramírez
October 6 through January 13
 
 
Minneapolis Institute of Arts
Minneapolis, MN
612-870-3000
Georgia O'Keeffe: Circling Around Abstraction
October 7 through January 6
 
 
Muscatine Art Center
Muscatine, IA
563-263-8282
Picture Stories: A Celebration of African American Illustrators
October 28 through December 23
 
 
Muskegon Museum of Art
Muskegon, MI
231-720-2570
Overviews and Afterlands: Landscapes by Jim Nawara
October 19 through January 20
 
 
National Gallery of Art
Washington, D.C.
202-737-4215
Let the World In: Prints by Robert Rauschenberg from the National Gallery of Art and Related Collections
October 28 through March 30
 
 
Nevada Museum of Art
Reno, NV
775-329-3333
Yosemite: Art of an American Icon
October 13 through January 14
 
 
Oakland Museum of California
Oakland, CA
510-238-2200 or toll free at 888-625-6873
California College of the Arts: 100 Years in the Making
October 13 through January 27
 
 
Palmer Museum of Art
University Park, PA
814-865-7672
American Scenery: Different Views in Hudson River School Painting
October 7 through December 16
 
 
Pasadena Museum of California Art
Pasadena, CA
626-568-3665
California Colors: Benjamin Brown
October 10 through January 6
 
 
Peabody Essex Museum
Salem, MA
978-745-9500, 800-745-4054
Samuel McIntire: Carving an American Style
October13 through February 24
 
 
Phoenix Art Museum
Phoenix, AZ
602-257-1222
A Century of Retablos: The Janis and Dennis Lyon Collection of New Mexican Santos, 1780-1880
October 6 through January 27
 
 
Portland Art Museum - Oregon
Portland, OR
503-226-2811
APEX: Ann Gale
October 13 through February 10
 
 
San Antonio Museum of Art
San Antonio, TX
210-978-8100
Tigers of Wrath: Watercolors by Walton Ford
October 26 through January 6
 
 
Seattle Art Museum
Seattle, WA
206-654-3100
Gaylen Hansen Retrospective
October 11 through January 6
 
 
Smithsonian American Art Museum - Renwick Gallery
Washington, D.C.
202-275-1500
Going West! Quilts and Community
October 5 through January 21
 
 
Southern Alleghenies Museum of Art
Loretto, PA
814-472-3920
Charles Olson
October 12 - ?
 
 
University of Iowa Museum of Art
Iowa City, IA
319-384-0072
I Am: Prints by Elizabeth Catlett
October 20 through January 6
 
 
Whitney Museum of American Art
New York, NY
212-570-3600
Kara Walker: My Complement, My Enemy, My Oppressor, My Love
October 11 through February 3
 
 
Wichita Art Museum
Wichita, KS
316-268-4921
Art of the Needle: Masterpiece Quilts from the Shelburne Museum
October 14 through January 13
 

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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 Wichita 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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