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The Eskenazi Museum of Art is FREE and accessible to all because of philanthropy and gifts from individuals like you.  We look forward to welcoming you home in fall 2019!

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The Eskenazi Museum of Art is currently closed for renovation and will reopen this fall. There are still ways to engage with the museum's collections!

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Meet our new Paintings Conservator, Julie Ribits

Jeremy Nutter, a junior pursuing a BA in Media at IU, produced this behind-the-scenes video featuring our new Beverly & Gayl W. Doster Paintings Conservator, Julie Ribits. Created for the Media School’s P351 Field & Post-production Course, the short film takes a look at our new Center for Conservation, a space where Julie will perform treatments on works from our collection and students will learn about and engage with works of art.

 

Art Museum Currently Closed for Renovations

The Sidney and Lois Eskenazi Museum of Art is currently closed for renovations. It is expected to reopen in the fall of 2019. Your art museum will continue to be active during this period with events and activities online and outside of the museum. Stay tuned here and visit our Renovation page for more updates on museum activities. You can also follow us on social media or sign up for our email newsletter to keep up on museum news. While we are closed please enjoy exploring Highlights of the Collection online or take a virtual 360 tour of the museum below

Museum Magazine

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The Spring 2019 issue of the Eskenazi Museum of Art Magazine is available now!

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Our Genji screens are going to the Met!

Our screens will be part of The Tale of Genji: A Japanese Classic Illuminated (March 5–June 16, 2019).  Read more about these incredible screens and the Met exhibit on the blog!