“These works represent the great diversity and quality of VMFA’s collections as well as the tastes and histories of our donors,” said Alex Nyerges, VMFA's Director.
The substantial, planned gift brings the couple's contributions to the museum to a total of $40 million.
The new exhibition at the Virginia Museum of Fine Arts explores the evolution and lasting impact of the first emperor of China.
Two collections at the Virginia Museum of Fine Arts will head out on traveling exhibitions while their permanent home is refurbished and upgraded.
A complement to the special exhibition "Hear My Voice: Native American Art of the Past & Present," the family-friendly experience will allow visitors to explore connections...
The archaeology-themed exhibition is meant to complement "Terracotta Army: Legacy of the First Emperor of China."
The historic, circa-1820 mansion will house museum offices, a regional visitor's center, and an exhibition on the site's complex past.
"Dig It!" centers around archaeology and explores the art of ancient China.
Programs include adult studio classes, art and history, teen programs, children’s workshops, early childhood programs, family classes, and more.
If you're a member of the VMFA, today is the day to reserve your spot for the museum's summer programs.