The Dirty Thirties: New Deal Photography Frames the Migrants' Stories
September 2nd, 2020 - May 29th, 2021
All the Single Ladies: Women Pioneers of the American West
Meet some 19th trailblazing women who forged their own path to independence, adventure, and opportunity.
January 2021 - May 29th
COVID-19 protocols are in place for your safety.
Masks and social distancing required.
January 27, 2021 - May 29, 2021
All the Single Ladies: Women Pioneers of the American West tells select stories from the trailblazing lives of unmarried women in the 19th century, who were homesteaders, Harvey girls, boarding house owners, teachers, madams, prostitutes, and entertainers. Learn how these women brought a richness and vivacity to the fabric of life in the emerging American West.
September 2, 2020 - May 29, 2021
The Dirty Thirties: New Deal Photography Frames the Migrants' Stories explores the journeys of rural migrants fleeing the Dust Bowl, drought, and economic difficulties during the 1930s.
Dorothea Lange. Migratory Cotton Picker, Eloy, Arizona, 1940. Gelatin Silver Print, ca. 1960. Virginia Museum of Fine Arts.
February 5, 2020 - May 29, 2021
Buffalo Soldiers: The 10th Cavalry Regiment Told Through the Art of David Laughlin (1928 - 2020) paints a picture of daily life for African American soldiers serving in the post-Civil War American West.
Permanent & Ongoing Exhibitions
The crown jewels of our collection are our pre-1940’s Navajo textiles, including: Chief’s blankets, Eye Dazzlers, Saddle blankets, Germantown weavings, Yei weavings and children's blankets.
Masterpieces by preeminent nineteenth century landscape painters. Works by Albert Bierstadt, Thomas Moran, Maynard Dixon, Jean-Baptiste-Camille Corot and other master artists. This collection captures the transcendental spirit of these artists' search for, and expression of, the sublime.
The Museum celebrates the unique artistry of Native American muralists, via a large mural on the outside wall of the Museum and several floor-to-ceiling murals within the Museum by noted Native American artists.
For the health and safety of museum visitors and staff, please expect to adhere to COVID-19 precautions while inside the museum. Masks and social distancing required at all times during your museum visit. Thank you
Wednesday - Friday 10 AM to 2 PM
Saturday - 9 AM to 12 Noon
Closed Sunday - Tuesday and on all major holidays
7000 E Tanque Verde Road,
Tucson, AZ 85715
Entrance faces Sabino Canyon Road on the east side of complex.