“feature contemporary artists working in all styles of art”
The Carnegie Building, and the Art Museum it houses, are vital to the visual arts and education and its Oxnard population of over 190,000 and to the general County population The Museum annually offers changing exhibits intended to give the public access to a broad diversity of California Art, or art influential to the California art scene. The majority of exhibits feature contemporary artists working in all styles of art from traditional to non-objective. The Museum’s annual slate of quarterly exhibits combines up to 8 national or regional shows, traveling exhibits, local artist exhibits, and/or exhibits from the permanent collection. Past Exhibits have included Arte y Cultura, Joyce Treiman, American Woodblock Prints from the Syracuse Art Collection, Picasso’s Posters from the El Paso Museum of Art, and Documenting China from the Smithsonian Traveling Exhibits Service, Going Global and Surf-Inspired. Due to limited gallery space, the Museum’s permanent collection is displayed as mini-exhibits, showing a sampling of artworks, and rotate with the current exhibit.
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Carnegie Art Museum
- Thu - Sat: 10:00 am - 5:00 pm
- Sun: 1:00 pm - 5:00 pm
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