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As a teaching institution, the
museum emphasizes the diversity of voices,
media, themes, and creative impulses at work in today’s art. The NAU
Art Museum believes in the
centrality of artistic expression in all communities and cultures and
incalculable value of art as an educational experience. In the Fall of
the Museum will inaugurated its Arts Outreach Program, which offers
training to Northern Arizona school teachers in
anticipation of student field trips to each of our four principal
The Museum sustains its role as a leading cultural institution in
Northern Arizona through its acquisition of challenging, contemporary
for the permanent collection.
Located in the historic Old Main on Northern Arizona University's North Campus, the NAU Art Museum presents art exhibitions featuring local, national and international artists. The Marguerite Hettel Weiss Collection, displayed on the building's third floor, includes painting and sculptures by noted artists such as Philip C. Curtis and Francisco Zuniga, as well as turn-of-the-twentieth-century American furniture and antiques. The main floor features four to six special exhibitions of modern and contemporary art yearly.
Please visit our calendar at http://www4.nau.edu/art_museum/calendar.html
Museum Hours: Noon-5:00 p.m., Tuesday through Saturday
Website: nau.edu/artmuseum Phone: 928-523-3471
Location: On the corner of Knoles Drive and McMullen Circle in the historic Old Main building.
Admission:$2.00 suggested donation