Current Exhibitions

Buongiorno! Logo

With travel restricted due to COVID-19, kick off your summer with some armchair travel, vicariously exploring Vance Kirkland’s time in Italy. Vance Kirkland’s Travels Vance Kirkland (1904–1981) travelled widely throughout his artistic career, often with his wife Anne. He first travelled abroad to Europe in the summer of 1930. He took many trips to New York City, where he was ...

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Logo for Art in Small Bytes

While social distancing at home, we are all hungry for glimpses of normalcy and things we miss from our previous experiences. We are spending more time with digital bytes of data to connect and learn virtually. In computers, a “byte” is a unit of data made of eight zeros and ones that represents a character such as a letter or ...

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Pull Up a Chair Bug

Pull Up a Chair: A Selection of Chairs from Kirkland Museum’s Permanent Collection A Virtual Exhibition Chairs have long been admired for both form and function. What some see as simply a place to sit, others imagine as a work of art or engineering marvel. Over the years, Kirkland Museum’s Founding Director & Curator Hugh Grant has amassed a stunning ...

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Explore Online

Like most cultural institutions, Kirkland Museum is closed temporarily until further notice in an effort to contain the coronavirus, and support the health and safety of our community, visitors, volunteers and staff. This page is a place for you to find virtual experiences to satisfy your cravings for the collection from the safety of your computer, phone or tablet. More ...

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Process and Print exhibition logo

PLEASE NOTE: Kirkland Museum is temporarily closed in an effort to contain the coronavirus. Please enjoy a virtual experience of this exhibition below. Curated by Christopher Herron Previous Next Kirkland Museum is celebrating the March 2020 Month of Printmaking (Mo’Print) by highlighting and explaining some of the processes and techniques used to create fine art prints, illustrated with examples by ...

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