Crocker Art Museum

216 0 Street (between 2nd and 3rd Streets), Sacramento. CA 95814 Tel: (916) 264-5423 Fax: (916) 264-7372 TDDY: (916) 446-4563

Internet Address: www.crockerartmuseum.org Director: Mr. Stephen C. McGough

Open: Tuesday to Wednesday, 10am-5pm: Thursday, 10am-9pm: Friday to Sunday, 10am-5pm. Closed: New Years Day, Independence Da}-. Thanksgiving Day, Christmas Eve to Christmas Day.

Crocker Art Museum

Appraisal Day; Art Auction Concerts Classical (October-May. selected Sundays. 3pm:. Jazz (3rd Thursday in month. 5:30pm): Education Programs Galler\ Talks (1st Thursday in month. 5:30pm); Guided Tours (groups 15+ reserve 2 weeks in advance. Mon-Fri. 10am-noon); Lectures: Temporary Exhibitions;

Publications: exhibition catalogues (annual); members newsletter (bi-monthly).

The Crocker Art Museum was the first public art museum in the West. European and American paintings from its collection of more than

700 works are displayed in the rooms and galleries of the original building. The California Gallery features work.- by early California artists and California landscapes. The top floor of the Crocker Mansion Wing is devoted to works by northern California artists from the 1960s to the present. The M lseum offers interpretive installations of its collections, temporary exhibitions from around the world, special events and lectures, as well as an extensive education program. Major collections include European art. old master drawings. 19th- and 20th-century California art, Asian art, ceramics, photography, and Victorian decorative arts.

Crocker Art Museum Photo Gallery




Sacramento

California State University, Sacramento – Art Galleries Fine Arts Building

Sinclair (off State University Drive). Sacramento, CA 95819 Tel: (916) 278-6166

Internet Address: www.asn.csus.edu/art/

Admission: free.

Open: Academic Year. Daily, noon-5pm.

Facilities: Galleries (2).

Activities: Temporary Exhibitions.

The University” boasts two galleries, both located in the Fine Arts Building. The Robert Else Gallery and the Witt Gallery mount temporary exhibitions throughout the academic year of work by professional artists, undergraduates and graduate students, including annual juried shows.

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