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Founded in 1941, the Norton is known for its exhibitions and collection of American, Chinese, Contemporary, and European Art – and Photography. Admission and most programs are FREE to the public through December 2018 while the Museum undergoes a transformative expansion that will benefit the community for years to come.
Come see one the finest art museums in the country - free of charge. Incredible displays and great traveling exhibits.
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Just as putting pen to paper to create a line in a drawing is an artistic act, so is writing a letter. Pen to Paper, a selection from the Smithsonian&... View details
This spotlight will feature works recently acquired by the Norton, including Super Blue Omo (2016) by Nigerian-born artist Njideka Akunyili Crosby. S... View details
For this biennial exhibition, the Norton invites a panel of world-renowned artists to nominate emerging photographers whose work is on the leading edg... View details
Originated to provide a platform for an authentic exchange about life in America for black men, Question Bridge evolved from artist Chris Johnson&rsqu... View details
Working with “the issues of subjectivity of vision and viewing,” Spencer Finch (American, born1962) created Back to Kansas, a large print ... View details
Beginning in 1891, American Impressionist William Merritt Chase summered in the Shinnecock Hills on Long Island and the area’s stunning scenery ... View details