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Visit Virtually

If an in-person visit is not possible at this time, there are variety of ways to stay connected to the Addison. Take a virtual tour, browse our collection, find creative projects for kids, and follow us on social media for updates, to learn about artists and the collection, ask us questions, and more. 

Programs

Head over to the Virtual Programs page for information about the current season's online events, and to watch recordings of recent programs

​Tours

Explore current​ and p​ast​ exhibitions:​

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Fall 2020
Wayfinding: Contemporary Artists, Critical Dialogues, and the Sidney​​ R. Knafel Map Collection
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Fall 2020
Robert Frank: The Americans
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Fall 2020
Currents/Crosscurrents: American Art, 1850–​1950​
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Fall 2020
To Make Visible​: Art and Activism, 1980–​2000
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Fall 2020
An Incomplete History of Photography: 1860s to 1960s​

​Winter 2019–​20
A Wildness Distant from Ourselves: Art​ and Ecology in 19th-Century AmericaCome As You Are: American YouthMan Up! Visualizing Masculinity in 19th-Century America

Online Portfolios

Digital portfolios​ of recent permanent collection exhibitions, including Robert Frank: The Americans; Currents/Crosscurrents: American Art 1850–1950; An Incomplete History of Photography: 1860s to 1960s; and many more, are available to browse.​​


​​​​Explore the Collection​

Almost all of the Addison's 23,000-object collection is digitized and available on our website. Search for a specific work, or browse by artist, exhibition​, theme, or time period.

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​For many works, there is an option to zoom in for ​a more detailed view. Get an up-close look at Winslow Homer's brushstrokes in Eight Bells, the han​d-carved symbols on the gilded frame of Thomas E​akins's Professor Henry​ A. Rowland, the variety of colors that make up Maria Oakey Dewing's A​ Bed of Poppies, and more.​​

Follow Us​​

​Follow us on Instagram and Facebook for a look at collection favorites as well as little-known and rarely or never-before exhibited gems. Learn about artists and the history of and stories behind the works, ask us questions, and tell us what you would like to see!

Instagram: @addisongalleryofamericanart

Facebook: @addisongallery