Richmond Art Museum
The Richmond Art Museum, founded in 1898, is a fine art museum with a permanent collection of American Impressionists, Taos School, the Hoosier Group, the Richmond School and other regional artists.
It also has a small but significant collection of local ceramic artists including works by potters of the Arts and Craft Movement, the Overbeck Sisters and the Bethel Pike potters.
The museum is located in the Richmond High School complex along the beautiful Whitewater Gorge and is the only museum in the United States to be housed in a high school.
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Donations will be used to offset the costs of exhibitions and educational programming.
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