We provide financial and strategic support to get art out of storage and into communities.

Norman Lewis Untitled Subway Station 1945

Norman Lewis, Untitled (Subway Station), 1945

Twilight in the Adirondacks Sanford Robinson Gifford

Sanford Robinson Gifford, Twilight in the Adirondacks, 1862

Art Bridges funds the borrowing and lending of artworks and exhibitions.

We believe this is the best way to share high quality American art with people across the country.

4 Years

2.4 Million People Reached

Are you attending the Midwest Art History Society conference in Milwaukee, Wisconsin? Find Abby Hermosilla, Curatorial Associate at Art Bridges, and ask her about us! She will be presenting her research entitled “Virtual Elsewhere/s: Decolonizing Cyberspace in Skawennati’s Digital Territories.” The presentation will be taking place March 30th, 2023 at Marquette University. The presentation will be part of Sessions II (1:45 – 3:15 pm) in Classroom R227 in the Raynor Memorial Library. We hope everyone enjoys the conference! ...

Looking for great American art to fill your exhibit space? The Portland Museum of Art is honored to present the stunning prints of American artist Richard Estes (born 1932), who is considered one of the founding Photorealists - a group of artists who used photo-based techniques to achieve hyperrealist effects. “Richard Estes: Urban Landscapes” is organized by the @portlandmuseum , Maine. Support for this exhibition is provided by Art Bridges.

This exhibition is available Spring of 2024 - Fall/Winter 2025.

Time is almost up to join the Art Bridges academic year 2023-24 internship!

Application review for our academic year 2023-24 internship program ends Today!

If you haven’t yet applied to be an intern, now is the time. Our Academic year internships are a commitment of 10 hours per week for 24 weeks (Fall: August 28-November 17, 2023, Spring: January 22-April 12, 2024), and can be in-person, hybrid, or remote depending on department requirements.

We do not require an art-related degree or prior internship experience and ask only that all applicants be currently enrolled or recent college graduates interested in pursuing a career in the arts.

To learn more about the Art Bridges Internship Program, visit our website: 💻 https://artbridgesfoundation.org/art-bridges-internship-program/.

Art Bridges' support has enabled us to experiment with using touchscreen technology to deliver information and engage visitors in the gallery.

Adam Thomas, Curator of American Art

Palmer Museum of Art

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