Museum Admission: $10 Adults  

$8 Children, Military, Seniors 65+

$15 2-Day Admission

Members Always Free  

Upcoming Exhibits in the Helen T. White Galleries

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Gray & Gray: 75 Years of Working in Dirt
Hoag Gallery | April 1 - May 3, 2020

Father and daughter artists, Frank and Audrey Gray have been making ceramic and clay inspired artwork for a total combined 75 years. 

Inspiration: Dale Chihuly, James Mongrain, and Vintage Venetian Glass
White Gallery | June 6 - October 31, 2020

The George R. Stroemple Collection is internationally recognized as one of the most significant collections of artwork documenting the studio glass movement in the Pacific Northwest. With holdings by such luminaries as Dale Chihuly, Lino Tagliapietra and Flora Mace, The Stroemple Collection illustrates both the early nascence and mature culmination of contemporary glass art making.

 

Exo-Sanctuaries
White Gallery | November 14 - January 18, 2021

These installations are created by individual members of the Rough Ruby Art Collective and function in concert to create immersive visceral interactions with dramatically atmospheric renditions of natural forces and human mind-sets. As the viewer moves in and out of the work spending time with the installations, great and small, they themselves become a part of the artwork.

Fragile Waters | Featuring photography of Ansel Adams
White Gallery | Summer 2021

Fragile Waters features three iconic photographers and environmentalists: Ansel Adams, Dorothy Kerper Monnelly, and Ernest H. Brooks II. The exhibition is curated by Jeanne Falk Adams, former CEO of the Ansel Adams Gallery and daughter of Ansel Adams.

 

Da Vinci Machines & Robotics
White Gallery | Summer 2022

This unique exhibition brings together the latest discoveries of lost Leonardo inventions, such as his mechanical drumming robot, with his most iconic inventions and artworks such as the helicopter, bicycle, military tank, scuba suit and the Mona Lisa.

Sponsored by the Robert Hoag Rawlings Foundation and the Ryals Family Foundation