Cedarhurst Center for the Arts / Mitchell Museum

Mt. Vernon, IL




Harold Gregor's Illinois (8/30/06)

Order and Experience in Harold Gregor's Illinois; essay by Kevin Sharp (8/30/06)

Paul Sierra: The Nature of Man (9/19/00)

Drawing Together: The Children around Hovenweep National Monument (7/22/99)


Nestled on a 90-acre site in southern Illinois, Cedarhurst celebrates the arts year-round with visual arts programs for the public including Cedarhurst Sculpture Park -- the museum's outdoor gallery with over 60 large-scale sculptures -- and the Mitchell Museum, with contemporary art exhibitions in two galleries, including the Children's Gallery. The Mitchell Museum contains works by Mary Cassatt, Maurice Prendergast, Childe Hassam and more, part of the museum's American painting collection acquired by founders John and Eleanor Mitchell. The Cedarhurst Center for the Arts and Mitchell Museum are located at 2400 Richview Road in Mt. Vernon, IL, 62864.. Please see the Center's website for hours and admission fees.

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