|Harn Museum of Art|
University Art Museum
The Samuel P. Harn Museum of Art is one of the largest university art museums in the southeastern United States. The Museum boasts 26,000 square feet of exhibit space and recently received a $3.2 million gift to construct a 20,000 square foot sculpture atrium.
Along with important loans from other sources, the museum's permanent collections feature American, African, pre-Columbian, Asian and contemporary works of art. The museum offers a broad range of programs from film and lecture series to workshops and performances.
In 1999, the Museum acquired the artwork, Champ d'avoine, an
1890 Impressionist piece of famed French master, Claude Monet.