2010 Museum Calendar

American Representational Art Exhibitions

Hosted by Non-Profit Museums and Organizations



 

April

 

 

Brandywine River Museum
John Haberle: Master of Illusion *
April 17 through July 11
 
 
El Paso Museum of Art
Native American Works On Paper *
April 11 - September 19
 
 
Florence Griswold Museum
Tula Telfair: Landscapes in Counterpoint *
April 24 through June 27
 
 
Heard Museum
POP! POPULAR CULTURE IN AMERICAN INDIAN ART *
April 16 through April 2011
 
 
Leigh Yawkey Woodson Art Museum
William Steig: The Man Who Never Grew Up *
April 17 through June 20
 
 
Louise Wells Cameron Art Museum
North Carolina Collects: The Real McCoy *
April 23 through September 12
 
 
Mobile Museum of Art
Shoot'n Southern: Women Photographers, Past and Present *
April 30 through July 18
 
 
Museum of Fine Arts, St. Petersburg
Whistler, Hassam, and the Etching Revival *
April 17 through August 15
 
 
Orlando Museum of Art
Transcending Vision: American Impressionism 1870-1940 *
April 10 through July 18
 
 
Palm Springs Art Museum
Colors of the West: The Paintings of Birger Sandzen *
April 17 through Sepember 12
 
 
Parrish Art Museum
Fairfield Porter from the Parrish Art Museum Collection *
April 18 through June 20
 
 
Sordoni Art Gallery
Sister Corita: The Joyous Revolutionary *
April 6 thjrough May 25
 

What is included

These calendars reference exhibitions devoted primarily to American representational art. Not all exhibitions submitted to TFAO are included in calendars.

Excluded content includes:

Resource Library selectively publishes publicity articles concerning retrospective exhibitions of artist organizations' individual members at museums or art centers. Artist organizations include cooperatives, clubs and other membership societies.

Revisions of dates are accepted and encouraged in order for calendars to be as accurate as possible. The deadline for inclusion in a current monthly calendar is the first day of that month.

To make the most of your visit to an exhibition

If you are touring, you will find American art venues to visit Indexed by State within the United States. Call the museum in advance to see if you can:

Exhibition dates may and do change without prior notice from museums to TFAO. Always verify dates directly with museums before visiting their exhibitions.

Museums often have closed days. Mondays are common in the USA but sometimes there are other closed days or multiple closed days. It's a good idea to arrive early or late in the day when there are less crowds. Many museums have tours for school children in the morning, causing increased traffic. Some museums have evening hours and many offer free days throughout the year.

When arriving you can get an idea of what the museum considers it's most cherished works by scanning the postcards in the museum gift shop. Or take a look through books that describe the museum's collection. Larger museums have kiosks, brochures, and even computer rooms for viewing the collection on a screen.

To enrich your visit you may enjoy reading TFAO's Museums Explained. Also, to learn how museums put together exhibitions and tour them, please see TFAO's Planning, Organizing and Touring Art Exhibitions.

 

How TFAO updates calendars

Future calendars are updated in two ways:

Systematically:

On a bimonthly basis, TFAO volunteers review the Calendar Update Schedule (see A-C D-G H-L M-Q R-S T-Z) to locate museums for which their furthest exhibition closing month has expired. TFAO then reviews the current and future exhibition sections of websites of targeted museums for new information. TFAO then updates the Schedule's listings for the targeted museums with new information by listing on the schedule the earlier of: 1. the furthest exhibition closing month in time or 2. a month which TFAO deems important for follow up. As a part of this review TFAO also updates the related exhibition calendar to include information on newly discovered exhibitions.
 

Occasionally:

Future calendars and Calendar Update Schedules are checked and updated on a continuous basis as information is received by email from museum sources.

 

How TFAO uses calendars

Towards the end of each month TFAO volunteers review the calendar for all of the listed exhibition openings for that month. TFAO then reviews published exhibition articles and essays in the sub-index page for each related museum to determine if Resource Library has already published an article or essay concerning each calendar listing. If Resource Library has not yet published an article or essay, TFAO may send by email a request for exhibition information to the museum. TFAO sends requests near the end of the exhibition opening month to allow museums time to gather .jpg images and texts from gallery guides, brochures or catalogues, exhibition wall panels and labels, as well as press releases. TFAO requires six hundred or more words of text to publish a Resource Library article or essay for an exhibition.

* indicates inquiry made by TFAO regarding this exhibition.

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