After closing their doors for over a year, the Autry Museum reopens to the public Tuesday, April 6 with three new onsite exhibitions. Autry Museum members have access to the museum beginning Tuesday, March 30.
Beginning March 30, the Autry will debut “Masters of the American West,” a limited engagement exhibition open through April 11, which features select works available for purchase online, and “When I Remember I See Red: American Indian Art and Activism in California,” an exhibition featuring Native California artists. Later in April, “What’s Her Story: Women in the Archives” will open alongside permanent core gallery “Art of the West.”
With the reopening of their physical space, the Autry will continue to offer their online offerings, which help tell the diverse stories of the American West.
The museum is offering free admission through April 18 with advance ticket reservations. Check the museum website for tickets and visitor information, including COVID-19 safety precautions.