Chazen Museum of Art, Madison

Chazen Museum of Art, Madison (must see)

The Chazen Museum of Art has Wisconsin's second-largest art collection. One of the things that visitors enjoy the most about this museum is that it is always free. Special events include musical performances, family events, happy hours with artists, and curator talks. The range of special events helps bring attention to the unique exhibits that make up this museum's collection.

The art at this museum encompasses a range of genres and styles. Some examples of the diversity of art included at this museum include colorful abstract paintings, as well as contemporary art that helps highlight the unique experiences of Black Americans.

The collection includes works of art spanning multiple periods and cultures. Mosaics and oil jars dating back to the fifth century, a window from one of the homes designed by Frank Lloyd Wright, and 18th-century silver are a few examples of the range of artifacts at this museum.

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Sight Name: Chazen Museum of Art
Sight Location: Madison, USA (See walking tours in Madison)
Sight Type: Museum/Gallery
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