February 10 – May 13, 2018

In the Light of Caravaggio: Dutch and Flemish Paintings from Southeastern Museums features important Caravaggesque paintings from the renowned collections of the National Gallery of Art in Washington, North Carolina Museum of Art, Speed Museum, Bob Jones University Museum & Gallery, and Chrysler Museum of Art including recent acquisitions to the collection of the Muscarelle. 

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February 10 – May 13, 2018

The Muscarelle Museum of Art is proud to present Women With Vision: Masterworks from the Permanent Collection in conjunction with William & Mary’s 100 Years of Women celebration.

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February 10 – May 13, 2018

We are proud to present Guerrilla Girls: Conscience of the Art World in the Herman Graphic Arts Room as part of the commemoration of the 100th anniversary of coeducation at William & Mary and in Virginia.

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  • Hours
    Monday | CLOSED Tuesday - Friday | 10 AM - 5 PM Saturday & Sunday | 12 PM - 4 PM      
    Location
    The Muscarelle Museum of Art The College of William & Mary 603 Jamestown Road Williamsburg, VA 23185
    Admission
    Current Admission: $10.00*
    FREE to Members, W&M Students, Faculty & Staff, & Children under 12 * Varies based on exhibition
  • Upcoming Events @ The Muscarelle

    05
    May
    2018

    Wine & Run for the Roses Auction on Derby Day

    Saturday, May 5, 2018 | 2 PM – 7 PM
    The Muscarelle Museum of Art is proud to present the eighth Annual Wine & Run for the Roses Auction on Derby Day Saturday! Laugh! Libate! Lift your paddle for a great cause!  For more information and tickets, click here.
    06
    May
    2018

    Bluegrass, Beer, and Barbeque in the ‘Burg

    Sunday, May 6, 2018 | 1 PM – 5 PM
    The Muscarelle Museum of Art invites you to the annual Bluegrass, Beer and Barbeque in the 'Burg.  The event will feature traditional southern BBQ from five states, live music, and beer as far as the eye can see. Bluegrass, Beer and Barbeque is open to the entire Williamsburg community, so don't miss out! This event is a celebration of the 80th birthday of the Chamber and Tourism Alliance. For more information and tickets, click here.
    08
    May
    2018

    Selected Topics in Architecture Lecture Series

    May 8 | Edwin Pease | Broadacre City and Frank Lloyd Wright’s American Utopia | 6 PM   One of the fundamental questions considered by many of the greatest twentieth-century architects was how a modern, technology-infused society should arrange itself for living.  As part of our Selected Topics in Architecture series, Edwin Pease will discuss how many architects developed their own ideas for urbanism; with some even defining their own brand of utopia.  Wright had a deep disdain for cities, and a very strong belief in the rural fabric of America, not unlike that of Thomas Jefferson.  He longed for American democracy to play itself out on our country’s vast landscape, seeking a way for life and land to be intertwined.  Wright’s utopia was described physically in his Broadacre City project, which included a model of a four square mile section of America.  He spoke extensively on his project, which incorporated many of his most important architectural paradigms and legacies that became the cornerstones of American residential development.