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We went to the Smith College Museum of Art for one of their short term special exhibits, which was very good, but also took the time to see other galleries. The spaces are well illuminated and the art displayed in accessible groupings. I am not...More
Been to SC' s art museum several times.,they always have some new interesting exhibit that focuses on some aspect of womanhood. The collection is extensive and covers many genres. The guards/ roaming staff are friendly and knowledgeable about the scuptures and paintings. Not as extensive...More
We went on a Tuesday, late morning, not many visitors. We were pleasantly surprised what a little gem this museum was. We parked on the street, not sure if they have a lot.
If in the area, I do recommend. Wonderful exhibit of women’s art...how...More
Smith college has always been a leader in art collection and scholarship. Yes they do have a Georgia O'KEEFFE. And there's a medieval carving contained in a walnut shell that's quite extraordinary. It houses an active teaching collection, though and that means that not everything...More
This museum is a nice, moderately sized collection of art ranging from pre 1800 to the present. The exhibition space is sorted by age: third floor is art later than 1800, and includes works by Picasso, Childe-Hassan, Monet, Seurat, Gauguin and several others. Second floor...More
There is metered parking on the street where the museum is. You need to make sure to check out the interesting artwork in the restrooms. Husband let me view the men's room as there was no one in there.
There are four floors of art....More
Smith College has long had a strong art/art history department and a fine teaching collection. The "new" museum building (opened 2003, part of the Brown Fine Arts Center, Polshek Partnership Architects) is an elegant space, classical in organization, sheathed in traditional red brick that is...More
The Smith College Museum of Art has small but diverse and wonderful permanent collection. There is also usually one or two special exhibits that are almost always worth visiting. It is perfect for a one hour visit.
My husband and I visited the Smith College Museum of Art in Northampton, Massachusetts, on Sunday, June 17, 2018. It was definitely worth visiting. The museum had four full floors of a very nice mixture of various types of high quality art organized by time...More