The San Diego Museum Of Art
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Location within San Diego
|Established||1926 ( 1926 )|
|Location||1450 El Prado in Balboa Park , San Diego , California , US|
|Coordinates||32°43′56″N 117°09′02″W / 32.7322°N 117.1505°W / 32.7322; -117.1505 Coordinates :||32°43′56″N 117°09′02″W / 32.7322°N 117.1505°W / 32.7322; -117.1505|
Juan Sanchez Cotan And Cauleen Smith: Mystical Time And Deceptive Light
Through September 6, 2021, Cauleen Smith, contemporary artist, creates an original work of art. The video premieres at San Diego Museum of Art. It is inspired by Juan Sanchez Cotan’s Still Life With Quince, Cabbage and Melon (ca. 1602).
Watch A Dogon Figure From Mali: Bridge To The Spirit World
Through January 9, 2022 This single-object exhibition showcases a Dogon carved wooden figure and provides background on the Dogon peoples, who live primarily in the Bandiagara escarpment of Mali, Africa. The new exhibition is a rare chance for art lovers to take the time to look at and discuss one single piece.
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Virtual Tour: Spiritual Art Around The World
Monday September 20, 2002, 2:00 PM-3:00 PM PT. Why are you here? What should our life look like? Are there any other options? Learn how cultures from all over the globe address humanity's universal… San Diego County residents, with identification, are granted free access to San Diego Museum of Art on every third Tuesday of the month. Due to new… More Information See Full Calendar
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San Diego Museum Of Art'S Panama 66 Dining Room
Panama 66 is located inside the San Diego Museum of Art's May S. Marcy Sculpture Court. This restaurant serves breakfast, lunch, and dinner. Panama 66 boasts stunning views of Panama's May S. Marcy Sculpture Gardens. You can also enjoy local craft beer, exhibitions-themed cocktails, as well as seasonal, locally-sourced sandwiches, salads, entrees, and other beverages.
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San Diego Museum Of Art
San Diego Museum of Art offers a diverse and rich cultural experience. It houses some of the finest art from America's Finest city. The museum is located in Balboa Park's heart. Its internationally acclaimed collections include Spanish and Italian Old Masters, South Asian paintings (including the Edwin Binney III Collection of Indian Paintings), and paintings and sculptures from the 19th and 20th centuries. The San Diego Museum of Art displays exhibition text in English and Spanish.
San Diego Museum of Art’s mission is inspire, educate and foster curiosity through outstanding works of art. The museum hosts major world-class exhibitions regularly. It also brings new work to San Diego. An extensive program of educational and cultural activities for both adults and children is available throughout the year at the museum. Culture & Cocktails and Film in the Garden offer unique experiences for adults. Summer Camps and Teen Summer Studios offer exciting activities for young artists. Family Drop-in Days offers fun activities for children. All visitors 17 years and younger are welcome to The San Diego Museum of Art.
San Diego Museum of Art’s European Gallery contains works of such artists Goya Rubens, Zurbaran and Rubens. This beautiful façade is located at the museum's entry. It features detailed, full-body sculptures made by Velazquez Murillo and Zurbaran. The museum hosts many events, including, lectures, musical performances, and the annual Art Alive
It is now possible to visit the Museum during normal business hours. We look forward to seeing you again at the Museum! To prepare for your visit, refer to the reopening guidelines.
San Diego Museum of Art has a friendly atmosphere. All who share this space are expected to treat others with respect and dignity. Any disruptive, abusive or discriminatory behavior will result in them being asked to change their behaviour and they may be asked if they wish to be removed from the space.
10:00 A.M. to Wednesday 5:00 P.M. Wednesday
The May S. Marcy Sculpture Court & Garden is open Monday through Friday from 11:00 a.m. – 5:00 p.m.; Wednesdays are closed; Saturdays and Fridays open at 11:00 a.m.-9 00 p.m.; Sundays open between noon and 5:00 p.m. You can have drinks from Panama 66's restaurant in the Sculpture Garden. The Garden does not allow outside beverages or food.
Panama Day 66: Member Purchase
Open six days a week, the May S. Marcy Sculpture Court & Garden.
All tickets include one-day access to the San Diego Museum of Art. Tickets can be purchased online, or at the museum during your visit. Admission to the May S. Marcy Sculpture Court and Garden is free. Have questions regarding your visit? Click here General Admission Prices:
Members * Youth 17 & under* / Free Sponsored by T. Rowe Price Associates in honor of Advisory Firm Principals * Current Students, full time with ID** / $8 * Military, active, retired with ID / $10 * Seniors, 65 and older with ID / $15 * Adults / $20 * Member for a Day / $25 Members for a Day enjoy member discounts in The Museum Store and Panama 66 Purchase Tickets Purchase Member for a Day *Children younger than 14 years of age must be accompanied by a parent or legal guardian (age 18 years or older) at all times.
Groups & Event Ticketing
Social, professional, familial, religious and any other group that wishes to see the San Diego Museum of Art's wonders are all welcome. For self-guided groups of minimum 10 people, a reservation is required and payment must be made 14 days in advance. If you are requesting Docent guided tours, please make your reservation 21 days ahead of the event. For all groups we request one adult chaperone for every ten children under the age of 15.
Discounted admission rates are available for groups of 10 and more. Please call the Group Sales office at (619) 696-1935, or contact us at [email protected] Benefits of group tours include:
Discounted and priority ticketing for special exhibitions and the Museum's collections
No charge gallery tour (subject to availability); minimum three weeks notice required. Schedule a group tour See All Tours
Mondays are for residents only
San Diego County residents are entitled to free admission (with identification) every third Tuesday of the month at San Diego Museum of Art. Admission is only possible with a valid ID. Some restrictions may apply because these days are busy. Please do not bring any food, drinks, backpacks or other large items. Please leave larger items at home. Bags exceeding 16x16x8 inches will need to be checked at coat check prior to guest entry to the Museum. Your kindness and security are greatly appreciated.
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San Diego Museum Of Art
Art Museum, California. The San Diego Museum of Art in California is an art museum that can be found at 1450 El Prado. This fine arts museum in San Diego is home to a wide collection of Spanish-inspired artworks. The San Diego Museum of Art started as The Fine Arts Gallery of San Diego. On February 28, 1926 it changed to San Diego Museum of Art.
Official Balboa Parc website refers to San Diego Museum of Art (the "region's largest and oldest art museum")
Each year, the museum attracts nearly half a billion visitors.
The Collection Highlights
Hieronymus Bosch, The Arrest of Christ c.1515, oil-on-panel Juan Sanchez Cotan, 1602, Quince and Cabbage Melon, c.1635, Aeneas Fleeing Troy Giambattista Pittoni, 1730. The Vision of Saint Anthony of Padua oil on Canvas 35 1/2 inches. 3 1/4 in. x 2 3/4 in.
William Merritt Chase , c. 1895, An Afternoon Stroll Auguste Renoir , 1907, Woman Combing her Hair'' Joaquin Sorolla , 1907, Maria en La Granja Alexej von Jawlensky , 1910, Red Blossom, oil on board Robert Delaunay , 1915, Female Nude Reading Henri Matisse , 1917-18, Fleurs (Bouguet), oil on canvas, 139.7 x 102.2 cm Still-life, oil on canvas painting by Jose Agustin Arrieta, c. 1870, San Diego Museum of Art
The general admission fee to the museum is $3.00 for families and individuals who present a Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program (SNAP), Electronic Benefits Transfers(EBT). card. Also, they must show a valid form or photo identification. EBT cards are valid for up to 4 people.
What Is Free At Balboa Park Today?
Yes. Admittance to the park grounds is free. Enjoy the Park's trails and lush gardens once inside. Both the Botanical Building (free) and Timken Art Museum (free) are available to all visitors.
How Much Is Balboa Park Tickets?
When Can Museums Open In San Diego?
Museum of Us — OPENS April 21 (Wed. -Sun. San Diego Air and Space Museum