Dubuque Museum of Art
Remembering Ilze Siltumens-Holzer (9/6/06)
Salmagundi Club: An American Institution (1/31/05)
Sandra Principe: Flowers as Messengers (5/28/02)
"Fields," an exhibition; "Foundations of Art and Life", chapter from book by Donald J. Hagerty titled "Holding Ground: the Art of Gary Ernest Smith (8/23/01)
Ellen Wagener (4/10/01)
Grant Wood Lithographs (4/10/01)
James D. Butler: "Views Along the Mississippi River" (9/15/00)
Artists Influenced by Grant Wood (4/14/00)
The Grant Wood Collection (4/12/00)
Earth, Fire and Water: Contemporary Forged Metal (12/31/99)
Georgia O'Keeffe: The Artist's Landscape, Photographs by Todd Webb (8/24/98)
The Dubuque Museum of Art is "Iowa's oldest cultural institution established in 1874 located in the heart of downtown Dubuque's cultural corridor" at 701 Locust Street. Hours and admission fees are available on the Museum's website.
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