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.

6 Years

4.1 Million People Reached

Beginning June 3, visitors to The Rockwell Museum in Corning, NY, will be able to view 28 works by artist William H. Johnson in the exhibit “Fighters for Freedom.” Johnson depicted several historic and contemporary Black leaders including Marian Anderson, Booker T. Washington, and Harriet Tubman, who dedicated their lives to racial justice, individual accomplishment, and social equality. The exhibition runs through September 4, and will open again in October at the @wichitaartmuseum in Kansas. A big thank you to our venue partner @rockwellmuseum and the organizing partner @americanart.

Click the “Exhibitions” button in our linktr.ee for more information.

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“La Onda Chicana” ("the Chicanx Wave") @mattauck_museum closes June 4! It features work from more than 30 Chicanx and Latinx artists over five decades, the work featured is on loan from @lacma, as part of our Collector Loan Partnership Program.

Learn more on how this program can give your museum the opportunity to borrow and exhibit work from some of the most noted museums across the country by selecting the “Collection Loan Partnership” button in our linktr.ee.

Image courtesy of Mattatuck Museum.

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On the second Friday of each month, the @highmuseumofart in Atlanta, Georgia stays open late, inviting the city of Atlanta to flow in yoga, practice art making, and reflect deeply through works of art. The museum’s innovative “Oasis” program was launched in April with Learning & Engagement support from Art Bridges. Blending art, wellness, and wellbeing in a new public program, last month’s Oasis harnessed the High’s peaceful spaces and the power of Joseph Stella’s monumental work, “Tree of My Life,” to cultivate community centered on contemplative practice.

To learn more about Art Bridges supported programs select the “Learning & Engagement button in our linktr.ee bio.

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Placements from the Art Bridges Collection will soon be moving on! We would like to thank our fantastic partner museums for their collaboration in helping us make art more accessible to everyone.

🏛 Closing May 24
Mobile Museum of Art
Mobile, AL
🎨 Featured Artists: Mark Bradford, Barkley L. Hendricks

🏛 Closing May 31
College of Wooster Art Museum
Wooster, OH
🎨 Featured Artist: Rachel Rose

🔎 Click the “Art Bridges Collection eMuseum” button in our linktr.ee to view our collection of American Art available for loan.

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Available to Book! “Rediscovering an American Community of Color: The Photographs of William Bullard, 1897- 1917” presents over 80 photographs of African Americans and Native Americans living in a working-class neighborhood in Worcester, Massachusetts. Featuring men, women, and children of color in and around their homes, Bullard’s portraits capture a pivotal, underrepresented moment in American history between the end of Reconstruction and the Great Migration. 

There are currently four available booking dates available in 2025-2026 for this exhibit.

Want to learn more about this exhibit?
Click the Exhibitions button in our linktr.ee for more information.

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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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