deCordova and Fruitlands Museum are thrilled to welcome back members and friends to indoor spaces after a long hiatus.
- At Fruitlands, the Native American Gallery, Art, Gallery, and Wayside Gallery are currently open and included with general admission passes. Hours: Thursday-Sunday; 11AM-4PM, Wednesday ; 11AM-4PM **Grounds Only**
- Indoor galleries at deCordova re-open to the public on Thursday, October 8. A combination Sculpture Park and indoor space pass will be available as well as the standard grounds only pass. Hours: Monday-Friday; 10AM-5PM, Saturday-Sunday; 10AM-6PM.
deCordova Sculpture Park and Museum and Fruitlands Museum provide dedicated exhibition venues in The Trustees’ portfolio. Both museums have long histories of presenting changing exhibitions of contemporary art for general audiences who may come specifically to engage with art but may also come for a social outing, a walk in a beautiful landscape, or the intersection of art and nature. In addition, Fruitlands displays historical collections of Shaker material, Hudson River and New England landscape paintings, folk portraits, and Native American art and artifacts. Both exhibition programs are augmented by programs and publications.
Throughout our exhibition spaces, we take an artist-driven approach around programming that seeks novel ways of connecting artists and audiences. Our exhibitions balance intellectual substance with broad general appeal, showcasing creators who challenge the ordinary and the conventional. We elevate New England’s homegrown creative community by emphasizing the works of regional artists who push forward the language of contemporary art.
Image: Myoung Ho Lee, Tree…#2, from the series Tree Abroad, 2011, archival inkjet print. © Myoung Ho Lee, Courtesy of the Artist and Yossi Milo Gallery, New York. On view at deCordova Sculpture Park and Museum.