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Huntsville Museum of Art

300 Church Street South
Huntsville, Alabama

Phone: 205-535-4350 -

Statement of Purpose:

The Huntsville Museum of Art brings people and art together through acquiring, preserving, exhibiting, and interpreting the highest quality works of art.  The nationally accredited Museum fills its seven galleries with a variety of exhibitions throughout the year, including prestigious traveling exhibits and the work of nationally and regionally acclaimed artists.


The Huntsville Museum of Art, North Alabama's leading visual arts center, was named as one of the state's "Top 10" destinations by the Alabama Bureau of Tourism and Travel.  The Museum is gaining a reputation throughout the South for bringing high-caliber touring exhibitions to the region.  The Huntsville Museum of Art is thrilled to be one of eight Museums to host Becoming a Nation: Americana from the Diplomatic Reception Rooms, U.S. Department of State.


The Museum's own 2,300-piece permanent collection forms the basis for several exhibitions each year.


Several exhibitions of interest at this surprisingly sophisticated Alabama museum are available at:


*    Monday through Friday, 10 am to 5 pm.
*    Thursday 10 am to 8 pm.
*    Saturday, 10 am to 5 pm.
*    Sunday, 1 to 5 pm.

$7        Adults, non-members*
$6        Members, seniors (60+), military, and students (age 12 and up)
$5        Per person for groups of 10 or more
$3        Children age 6 to 11
FREE      Museum members and children under 6
*Subject to change

From I-65, take Exit 340 onto I-565 East to Huntsville. Go approximately 19 miles east on I-565 to exit 19c Downtown Huntsville. After turning right onto Monroe Street, take first left onto Church Street. Go through two lights. Museum is ahead on right.


Jacopo Basano: "Adoration of the Kings"

painted c. 1550.
Was on view in the "Italian Paintings from Burghley House" show
from Dec. 15, 1996 thru Feb. 16, 1997

Benjamin Jones: "Hopelessness"

Done in 1995 in pencil and traffic paint on wood.
On view at "The Red Clay Survey Biennial Exhibition of Contemporary Southern Art"
from Sept. 8 thru Nov. 17, 1996.

Key Personnel:

Clayton Bass, President/CEO

*    Peter J. Baldaia, Chief Curator;
*    Deborah Taylor, Education Director.
*    Stephanie Kelley, APR, Communications Director

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