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Oregon’s third largest art museum celebrates the creativity of the human spirit as it is reflected in the art of different cultures, different places and different times. Located in the heart of Salem, Oregon, near the State Capitol building, the museum’s collections reflect the rich, diverse culture of the Northwest and explores the history of art around the world.
Special exhibitions range from classical works to modern masters, while the permanent galleries feature works by Pacific Northwest and Native American artists, as well as a diverse collection of Ancient, European, American and Asian art. Experience the wonder, mystery and magic at the Hallie Ford Museum of Art.
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Celebrate Native American Heritage Month at the Hallie Ford Museum of Art A new exhibition, artwork, special events and more.
Grant brings new artworks by Native Americans to the Hallie Ford Museum of Art A National Endowment for the Arts Grant brings the work of Feddersen, Watt and Kenta to the museum.
New efforts preserve the museum's Native American basket collection 350 Native American baskets get pampered.
At 15, Hallie Ford Museum of Art shines beyond Salem The Statesman Journal celebrates the museum's roots and first 15 years
Museum's Charles Heaney artworks on loan to the Gordon House Senior Faculty Curator Roger Hull lends hand with exhibition.