Phoenix Art Museum

The Phoenix Art Museum is the largest museum of visual art in the Southwest United States. The museum is located in Phoenix, Arizona. It covers 285,000 square feet (26.500 m2). It hosts international exhibitions and has a vast collection of over 18,000 works of American and Asian, European, Latin American, Western American, contemporary and modern art. It has been a community center since 1959 and hosts festivals, live performances as well as independent art films and educational programming all year. It also houses The Hub: The James K. Ballinger Interactive gallery, an interactive space for children. There are also photography exhibitions through the museum's partnership with Center for Creative Photography. The landscaped Sculpture Garden is available for dining and shopping.

The Phoenix Art Museum was opened in 1959 and is located on the Central Avenue Corridor.

The Lemon Art Research Library, a non-circulating library that focuses on the museum's art collection, is called the Lemon Art Research Library. It has more than 40,000 books and periodicals, artist files, and many other resources. It is the largest fine arts library in the area. It is open to the public during normal hours.

The museum's income comes from community support, which includes membership, admissions, and earned revenue. This includes the rental of the store and facilities. The museum receives approximately 3% government support, while corporate contributions make up approximately 10%. The museum's endowment contributes approximately 7%.

There are many educational programs offered by the museum. The museum's Education Division programming can be segmented according to audience and type of learning strategy. This allows the museum to accommodate a wide range of ages, learning styles, and learning styles.

The Education Division also offers a nationally competitive Internship Program. Current undergraduates, graduates, and recent graduates are eligible to apply for internships. The program is available all year, and on occasion, project-based internships may also be offered.

The Museum has an annual calendar of exhibitions. It also has permanent collection galleries that contain more than 19,000 works of American and Asian, European, Latin American, Western American, Western American, contemporary and modern art. Through the Museum's partnership with the Center for Creative Photography at the University of Arizona, visitors can also enjoy photography exhibitions.

The museum houses European paintings by Ubertini and Girolamo Genga. It contains American paintings by Gilbert Stuart and Sanford Gifford, Robert Henri. Ernest Lawson, Marsden Hartley. Stuart Davis, Georgia O'Keeffe. Jonas Lie. Lew Davis. Ernest Blumenschein. Joseph Sharp. Howard Post. Ed Mell. It contains contemporary art by Viola Frey (You Who Are Being Obliterated in The Dancing Swarm of Fireflies), Kehinde Wiley (Black Cloud), Helen Frankenthaler, and Carlos Amorales (Black Cloud). It also contains 20th Century Sculpture by Max Ernst, Hans Arp and Jacob Epstein.

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