A long list of treasures and art objects have been the beneficiaries of FHC's conservation efforts. In addition to art, building and garden conservation, FHC sponsors the ArtReach program.
The Whitney Museum of American Art is dedicated to collecting, preserving, interpreting, and exhibiting American art. We exist to celebrate the complexity and diversity of American art and culture.
The Hispanic Society of America was founded by Archer Huntington as a free public museum and reference library for the study of art and culture of the Iberian Peninsula and Latin America.
One of the Castle's most beautiful artifacts is the 16th C Spanish Mudejar ceiling. The story told by the ceiling and its beauty have been muted by accumulation of almost 500 years of smoke and soot.
Portolan charts, illustrating the harbors and trade routes of the Mediterranean, were an early cartographic form. The online catalogue will include a full description, with images, of each chart.
Located at museum sites in La Jolla and San Diego, the mission of MCASD is to serve diverse audiences through the collection, preservation, exhibition, and interpretation of art created since 1950.
The Lou Ruvo Center for Brain Health offers patients and caregivers a complete continuum of care, infusing education and research into all that we do for those afflicted by neurocognitive disorders.
Through its Community and Access Program, the Whitney Museum will pilot new programs and expand its reach to those who do not normally have access to cultural resources.
The Museum of Contemporary Art San Diego offers an in-depth, distinctive teen program that is considered a national model in visual arts programming for youth audiences across the country.
Sorolla and America, The San Diego Museum of Art’s largest and most anticipated exhibition of 2014, will focus on the relationship that the artist Joaquín Sorolla y Bastida had with the United Stat