American University Museum at the Katzen Arts Center
The American University Museum is a three-story public museum and sculpture garden located within the university's dynamic and multidisciplinary Katzen Arts Center. The region's largest university facility for exhibiting art, the museum has a permanent collection that highlights AU's Watkins Collection and The Rothfeld Collection of Contemporary Israeli Art, in addition to our Alper Initiative for Washington Art.
Rotating exhibitions emphasize regional, national, and international contemporary art. The museum's collections enable us to present the art history of Washington, while our Kunsthalle style ensures constantly changing, highly relevant and provocative programming.
HoursOpen Tu-Su, 11am-4pm
AdmissionMuseum admission is free. Programs are free or ticketed. Check individual events for more information.
|Moves Like Walter: New Curators Open the Corcoran Legacy Collection|
|Topographies of Life: Pam Rogers, Lynn Sures, Mel Watkin|
|Christine Neill: Observations from the Valley Floor|
|ARCADIA: The Clyde’s Murals by William Woodward|
|Dark World: Photographs by Frank Hallam Day|
|Fair is foul & foul is fair|
|Michal Heiman's Radical Link: A New Community of Women, 1855-2020|
|JRA Distinguished Artist Series: Rebecca Hutchinson|
|Gallery: Senior Dance Capstone|
|Free Parking: Christine Neill|
|Citizen Lane Film Screening|
|ARCADIA Closing Party|
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Washington, DC 20016