Oil on canvas with carved and painted frame. Photo by John R. Duane Hanson, Janitor, Polyester, fiberglass, and mixed-media.
Helpful information about the museum found below will provide for a pleasant experience. Hours of operation We are open, during exhibitions, 12 p. Turn right on Dupont Ave. After you pass the Old Main historic park, turn left on Tormey Dr.
Approaching from I or I Follow directions towards Flagstaff, until you reach the beginning of town. Take a right at the second stoplight W. Turn left at S. Turn right on Tormey Dr.
The entrance to the museum is on the north side of Old Main.
Evening or day parking permits can also be obtained at kiosks on the Riordan Ranch Rd. For questions regarding parking please contact us on the main telephone line during hours of operation. Museum etiquette guidelines Please help us protect the artwork we have on display by respecting these guidelines: Food and beverages including water must remain outside the gallery or may be left at the front reception desk.
Please do not touch artwork, pedestals, or walls. Backpacks, portfolios, briefcases, large purses, and similar items must be left with the gallery attendant or museum staff upon entering the museum. Use only pencils for note taking and sketching in the galleries. Pens and other indelible marking instruments can be detrimental to artworks.
Please check with museum staff regarding photography in the museum. Generally, photography is not allowed, but certain exceptions may be made on a case-by-case basis. Flash photography is detrimental to many types of artworks and so is not permitted.
Please be considerate of others, turn cell phones off or down while in the museum, and step outside the museum galleries to have telephone conversations. Please leave pets in a safe location outside of the building.The visit section of this site includes information to assist you in planning your visit to the Milwaukee Art Museum.
Everything you need to know about visiting the Saint Louis Art Museum, including parking and directions, museum policies, accessibility, . The section of this site includes information to assist you in planning your visit to the Milwaukee Art Museum.
Kohl’s Art Generation is a joint effort between Kohl’s Cares and the Milwaukee Art Museum to bring art and creativity to kids and families. Café & Dining.
ACCESS admission is a citywide initiative led by Art-Reach. Museums for All is a cooperative initiative between the Association of Children’s Museums and the Institute for Museum and Library Services. The Smithsonian American Art Museum is home to one of the largest and most inclusive collections of American art in the world.
Smithsonian American Art Museum (8th and F Streets, NW) Bill Traylor is regarded today as one of the most important American artists of the twentieth century. His drawn and painted imagery embodies the crossroads of multiple worlds: black and white, rural and urban, old and new.