Haggerty Museum of Art, Marquette University

1234 W Tory Hill St,P O Box 1881, Milwaukee, WI 53233 - United States





Free Everyday

The Haggerty Museum of Art advances Marquette University’s mission by enriching the intellectual and creative lives of students and communities at large through engagement with the Museum’s collections, exhibitions, and programs. Using the arts to galvanize the intellectual resources of Marquette University, the Haggerty Museum of Art will inform, strengthen, and transform our communities.

The Haggerty features approximately eight to nine exhibitions each year. Representing the diversity of work in its permanent collection, the Museum has offered exhibitions celebrating the contributions of the Italian Renaissance “Petite Masters,” American self-taught artists, works addressing social change issues, modern American printmaking and photography, and contemporary art from Europe, Asia, Africa, Latin America, and Wisconsin.


María Magdalena Campos-Pons: Sea and Self
This compelling exhibition features artworks produced by María Magdalena Campos-Pons (b. 1959, Matanzas, Cuba) from the late 1990s through the present that meditate on the sea, a constant theme in the artist’s work. The selection includes photographs, photographic installations, and a new series of drawings. More online at https://www.marquette.edu/haggerty-museum/sea-and-self.php

Double Vision: Art from Jesuit University Collections
Double Vision: Art from Jesuit University Collections speaks to the unique role of art in Jesuit teaching as an instrument for finding meaning in life through imagination, feelings, and reflection. More online at https://www.marquette.edu/haggerty-museum/double-vision.php

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