National Calendar of Art Exhibitions
with an emphasis on American representational art
at museums and other non-profit organizations
How TFAO updates the National Calendar of Art Exhibitions
TFAO reviews from time to time past, current and future exhibition sections of select institutional websites. These institutions have enhanced exhibit information and stability in archiving past exhibits. The list of sources is here: A-C D-G H-L M-Q R-S T-Z and is used in connection with the National Calendar of Art Exhibitions.
TFAO periodically studies all exhibitions of the listed sources (see What is included in the calendars) to determine if coverage will lead readers to important insight into American representational art. Then, for each exhibit TFAO wants to tag for later follow up, TFAO lists in the page for the appropriate year and month in the National Calendar of Art Exhibitions the name of the institution, name of the exhibit and its opening and closing dates.
Closed museums, those without focus on representational art, without special exhibits or only member group exhibits; and museums without permanent URLs for exhibits: 2021 audit
Limited descriptions of past exhibits - A>L Audited 2021, Page 1
Limited descriptions of past exhibits - M>Z. Audited 2021, page 2
(above: San Clemente Pier. Photo: Barbara Hazeltine 2020)
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