Haggerty museum of Art features diverse Art exhibitions and educational programs, the museum displays work of art by American, Italian, European, Asian, African and local artists. Haggerty museum of Art at Marquette University in Milwaukee, Wisconsin features old historic prints, modern and contemporary art in the form of paintings, photographs, prints and more. Past exhibitions at the museum displayed biblical narratives and stories in the form of pictures and sketches, and "what is Hispanic" that explores the Hispanic culture and identity. The museum has free admission and is open to tours every day.
Things to Do
- Visit the museum any day of the week and explore the permanent collection at the museum, see historic photographs taken in the 1800's by Ralph Steiner.
- The museum is named after Patrick E. Haggerty, who had donated for the construction of museum.
- The museum houses 4,500 of permanent art collection that involves photographs, prints, sculptures, paintings and contemporary art pieces.
- See the Bible series by French artist, Mark Chagall; the collection has several hand colored paintings.
- See the Bijinga exhibit that features beautiful Japanese women in print form, the prints are historic, as well as modern.
- See the Joan of Arc exhibit, and the reading women exhibit that features photographic portraits of women readers.
- Families can have picnic in the gardens outside.
Haggerty Museum of Art Insider Tips
- Free parking is available.