Haggerty Museum of Art

The Haggerty Museum of Art features approximately eight to nine exhibitions each year. Representing the diversity of work in the museum’s Permanent Collection, the exhibitions have celebrated the contributions of the Italian Renaissance “Petite Masters,” American self-taught artists, works addressing social change issues, modern American printmaking and photography, and contemporary art from Europe, Asia, Africa, Latin America and Wisconsin. As a teaching museum, the Haggerty seeks to enhance the undergraduate educational experience by engaging students from various disciplines and encouraging them to think about the world and their studies through the lenses of the visual arts. Located just west of downtown Milwaukee, the museum regularly offers exhibitions showing cultural diversity and art influenced by modern technology.