See Your Museum, Right at Home!

Phoenix Art Museum offers virtual tours, talks, lectures and other art-related online content

Although Phoenix Art Museum physical spaces are closed through April 6, art is never closed. The Museum is committed to bringing daily art in new ways to the community.

The newly relaunched website, phxart.org, the first bilingual site in the 60-year history of the Museum, offers many online and alternate resources. The platform features a dynamic, user-friendly design and a number of ways to access and explore the exhibitions and collections of fashion design, photography, American and Western American, Latin American, Asian, European, and modern and contemporary art.

Here are a few of the many ways art lovers can interact with great art from around the world from the safety and comfort of their home.

• Artists in the Collection – Discover the biographies, histories and works of featured artists in the #PhxArtCollection. LEARN MORE

• In the Galleries – Get excited for your first visit back once the Museum reopens by learning more about the upcoming exhibitions. LEARN MORE

• Virtual Content – Experience virtual exhibition tours, talks, lectures and other art-related video content on the #PhxArtYouTube channel. LEARN MORE

• Retail Therapy – During this time of social distancing, The Museum Store offers books, games and art supplies. VIEW MORE

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