The Arlington Museum of Art is proud to present Arlington’s first Smithsonian exhibition, William H. Johnson: An American Modern. This exhibit, curated by the Smithsonian Institution Traveling Exhibits Services (SITES), consists of 20 pieces of Johnson’s work including paintings, drawings, and pictures. Shown in conjunction with the Museum’s Harlem Renaissance exhibit, it is one of the largest collections of work by African-American artists shown in North Texas.
In addition to the exhibits, the Museum will be hosting several supporting events focusing on the Harlem Renaissance. These include a Juneteenth celebration, a day of jazz and poetry reading, our own Night at the Apollo competition and a lecture series. Tickets for the events with admissions will be made available at the door or online. Please visit this website periodically for updated information.
Admission to the exhibit is $8 for adults; $5 for students and seniors; FREE to members and children 12 and under, with an adult. PURCHASE TICKETS BELOW
*Ticket price includes admission to both the William H. Johnson exhibit and the Harlem Renaissance exhibit.
Members Only Reception
AMA Members are invited to attend our opening reception, Friday, May 31, 2013 from 6:00 p.m. to 9:00 p.m. Membership entitles you to this exclusive sneak-preview of the exhibits before they are open to the public. To become a member, please fill out the membership application found here.
Due to the anticipated attendance at this exhibit, our need for volunteers throughout the summer will significantly increase. A minimum of four (4) volunteers during business hours is preferred. If you are interested in volunteering, please call us at 817.275.4600, email us at firstname.lastname@example.org, or fill out our online volunteer form found here.
Purchase Exhibit Tickets
You can purchase advanced tickets by debit or credit card by clicking ‘submit’. You will be taken to Paypal where you can complete your transaction. A Paypal account is not required, look for the ‘Don’t Have a Paypal Account’ button on the payment page. Please bring your receipt with you to the exhibition, as it will serve as your entry ticket.