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.
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 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
Manuscripts related to the indigenous civilizations and the natural history of the Americas represent a major facet of our collections. Our goal is to scan and make these available on a website.
The Museum of Contemporary Art San Diego’s Extended School Partnership Program is designed to reinstate arts curriculum back into the classroom by bringing the classroom to the Museum.
We hold 176,000 photographs, as well as a collection of 15,000 negatives taken by Hispanic Society photographers on various expeditions to Spain and Latin America which need preserving.
The goal of the planned restoration of the south facade of the main building is to preserve the integrity of our landmark building and to preserve the important sculptural panels by Berthold Nebel.
We provide middle school and high school students throughout the San Diego region with unique opportunities to explore contemporary art through lively conversations and hands-on experience.