Don't miss your last opportunity to see two wonderful exhibtions!
Dug Uyesaka: long story short and Worlds in Stone: China, Japan, Korea, and North America will be closing 5pm, January 14, 2017.
Museum hours: Weekdays, 10am-4pm and Saturdays, 11am-5pm
(Closed Sundays and college holidays)
CURRENT EXHIBITION: Dug Uyesaka: long story short
On view October 20, 2016 - January 14, 2017
Special thanks to our lead sponsors:
Brandon and Karishma Gattis
Michael and Nancy Gifford
Also thanks to:
Peter and Becky Adams, Tony and Barbara Askew, Jill and John C. Bishop, Jr., Susan E. Bower,
Phoebe Brunner and Keith Albert, Ginny Brush, Patricia Chidlaw, Diane Dodds and David Reichert,
Robert and Christine Emmons, Elaine Esbeck, Rita Ferri and Joseph Narkevitz, The Foil Family, Bill and Rosemarie Gebhart, Perri Harcourt, The Hayden Family, Joanne C. Holderman, Alice Gillaroo and Susan Jørgensen, Hideko Malis, Penny and Wayne McCall, Amanda McIntyre, Connie Connally-Michel and Hal Michel, Peter Morris, Leon and Elizabeth Olson, Ron Prokrasso, Nyla and Henry Rasmussen, Ro Snell and Rick Sanders, Dennis and Susan Savage, Marie Schoeff and Dane Goodman, Ed Shank, Middleton and Carol Squier, Clay Tedeschi, Herbert and Karen Tews, Mr. and Mrs. Frank Tripi, Helene Eaton Winter, Siu Zimmerman, Seyburn Zorthian, Anonymous 
Past Exhibition: Women Sculptors
A special exhibition featuring works from modern and contemporary female sculptors. You won't want to miss the chance to see these gems from the museum permanent collection supplemented with a few loans.
Lynn Aldrich (American, b. 1944)
Primary Virtures: Faith, Hope, & Love, 1989
Gift of the artist and Edward Cella Art + Architecture