Everson Museum of Art
Founded in 1897, the Everson Museum of Art is Central New York's premier visual arts organization, boasting three floors of gallery space designed by world-renowned architect I.M. Pei.
The Everson's diverse exhibitions offer an in-depth look at art - from the traditional to the cutting edge. View the Museum's ever-growing collection, with works ranging from Colonial portraiture to contemporary art, from historical photography to video art. The extensive, internationally-recognized ceramics collection spans from ancient sculpture to current works. Young artists are invited to create their own artwork with hands-on activities in the Children's Interactive Gallery.
Your donations help:
Your shopping donations support the Everson's mission to preserve, exhibit, interpret, and enhance its collection of historical and contemporary American visual arts and its international ceramic collection. The Museum seeks to inspire, educate and enrich all people and integrate art into their lives through direct encounters with its own collections and temporary exhibitions.
Generous contributions from individuals like you help make creative programs possible!
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