The Newark Museum of Art

49 Washington Street, Newark, NJ 07102 - United States

973-596-6550

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The Newark Museum of Art welcomes everyone with inclusive experiences that spark curiosity and foster community.

Founded in 1909 as an institution of art, science and industry by famed museologist John Cotton Dana, The Newark Museum of Art is New Jersey’s largest museum, and one of the most influential museums in the United States. Bringing together art and science, the Museum allows for an educational and inspirational journey through more than 90 galleries of world-class collections including American, Asian, African and Classical. The Museum boasts the largest collection of Tibetan art in the Western hemisphere, the 1885 National Register Ballantine House, and one of the leading collections of American Modernism in the country.

Exhibits

Repertoire by ceramic artist Molly Hatch
Style & Status in Sterling: American Silver
Arts of Global Africa
Art of the Ancient Mediterranean: Egypt, Greece & Rome
Beyond Zen: Japanese Buddhism Revealed

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