Tacoma Art Museum

1701 Pacific Ave, Tacoma, WA 98402 - United States

253-272-4258

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Tacoma Art Museum (TAM) transforms our communities by sharing art that inspires broader perspectives and cultivates a compassionate future. The museum is an anchor in the city’s downtown area and a gathering place for connecting people through art via thoughtful exhibitions, exciting events, and enriching programs. The museum’s collection of more than 5,000 works emphasizes the art and artists of the Northwest and broader western region.

Exhibits

Animals: Wild and Captured in Bronze
On Extended View

Immigrant Artists and the American West
On Extended View

Native Portraiture: Power and Perception
On Extended View

Places to Call Home: Settlements in the West
On Extended View

Winter in the West
On Extended View

Dale Chihuly at Tacoma Art Museum
On Extended View

Painting Deconstructed: Selections from the Northwest Collection
On Extended View

The Kinsey African American Art & History Collection
July 31 – November 28, 2021

Metaphor into Form: Art in the Era of the Pilchuck Glass School
On Extended View

Project Space | Glass As Canvas
On Extended View

Martin Blank’s Current
On Extended View

Richard Rhodes’ Untitled
On Extended View

Outdoor Sculptures at TAM
On Extended View

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