ART MUSEUM

USJ Art Museum

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With more than 2,000 works of art, six exhibition galleries, changing installations, a print study room and a variety of programs for the University and the public, the Art Museum provides countless opportunities for the study and enjoyment of art.

Contact us today to find out how you can get involved, or stop in for a visit.

Testimonials

“One of the liveliest campus museums in the state.”

- THE NEW YORK TIMES

“Visit us and experience first-hand the transformational power of great art.”

- ANN H. SIEVERS, DIRECTOR AND CURATOR

COLLECTIONS

Explore more than 2,000 works of art dating from the 15th century to the present.

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EXHIBITIONS

View current, upcoming, and past exhibitions by historic and contemporary artists of national and international stature.

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UPCOMING EVENTS

Find out what’s happening at the museum, including lectures, receptions and more.

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PAST PROGRESSIVE // FUTURE PERFECT:

RECENT ACQUISITIONS AND PROMISED GIFTS

Featuring artists from around the world and art from the 17th century to the present, this exhibition consists of more than 50 works of art, including German Expressionist works by Max Pechstein, Max Kaus, and Max Beckmann; Latin American woodcuts by Antonio Martorell, and Aliosky Garcia Sosa; works in watercolor and photography by African American artists Richard Yarde and Hank Willis Thomas; drawings and prints by Connecticut’s own sculptor Carol Kreeger Davidson and painter/printmaker Robert Kirschbaum; and much more!

Contact Us

Art Museum
1678 Asylum Avenue
West Hartford, CT
06117-2791
PHONE: 860.231.5399
EMAIL: [email protected]

Ann H. Sievers
Director and Curator
860.231.5367
[email protected]

Rochelle L. R. Oakley
Collections Manager and Registrar
860.231.5743
[email protected]

MUSEUM ATTENDANTS
Nancy Browdy
Kathryn Hughey
Chelsea Echevarria

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