Students looking at pieces of art in the Homespun exhibition

Public Tour

Saturday, November 11, 12 pm
Tour our Fall Exhibitions with the museum education manager, Zachary Bowman


Open Wednesday - Sunday
11 am – 5 pm


See recordings of many of our past virtual events: curator and artists talks, panel discussions, and more.

Purple Haze: Art and Drugs Across the Americas

September 9 - December 10, 2023

Purple Haze: Art and Drugs Across the Americas examines the Americas’ ambiguous relationship with drugs and their representation in the media and the public imagination. 

Zulema Damianovich, Locker - Medicine Object, 1963-64, Courtesy of Geneviéve Maquinay, Artist's Estate

Ibrahima Thiam, Maam Ndeuk Daour Mbaye, 2020, Courtesy the artist

Notes for Tomorrow

June 17 – November 12, 2023

Notes for Tomorrow features artwork selected by 30 curators based in 25 countries around the world to reflect on a new global reality. In this cultural moment of transition, each work is a source of inspiration from the recent past and a guiding perspective for the future. 

A Living Collection


This new display of the Museum’s collection tells the story of The Dorsky from a variety of perspectives, making space for traditionally marginalized voices. Exhibiting collection highlights and audience favorites alongside new acquisitions and commissions, A Living Collection presents the collection as a living entity, continuously evolving and shaped by the viewer's interpretation. 

Fred Wilson, Untitled, ca. 1987, gift of Ward Mintz and Floyd Lattin

An Art Museum and a Community Space