The Hallie Ford Museum of Art

Embracing the creativity of the human spirit as expressed in the art of different cultures, places and times.

  • Timed-entry tickets highly encouraged

    Timed-entry tickets highly encouraged

    Due to visitor capacity limits, if you do not have timed-entry tickets you may be turned away or asked to wait. Please be ready to provide digital or paper proof of your timed-entry. Ticket sales close at 11:30 a.m. each day. 

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    Time In Place: Northwest Art From The Permanent Collection

    Melvin Henderson-Rubio Gallery | Sep. 18 -  Dec. 18, 2021

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    Claudia Cave: Interiors And Interiority

    Study Gallery and Print Study Center | Aug. 28 - Dec. 4, 2021

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  • Copyright protected Diego Rivera's "La ofrenda"

    In Dialogue: Diego Rivera

    Focus Gallery | April 9, 2021 - Feb. 28, 2022

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Timed-entry Tickets are Highly Encouraged!



The museum will be open, with a capacity of 45 visitors at a time

Due to visitor capacity limits, if you do not have timed-entry tickets you may be turned away or asked to wait. 

Please be ready to provide digital or paper proof of your timed-entry.

Ticket sales close at 11:30 a.m. each day. 

          • RESERVE YOUR TICKETS TODAY


Hours of Operation

Tuesday-Saturday: Noon to 5 p.m.
(Last entry at 4 p.m.)
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About the Museum

The only liberal arts college art museum in the Northwest, the museum is located near the Oregon State Capitol in the heart of Salem, Oregon. The museum is a leader in the research on the art of the Northwest, with one of the most significant collections of Northwest art and a history of important publications and exhibitions. The museum’s collections reflect the rich Pacific Northwest culture and explore 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.


 

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Exhibitions

Current Exhibition

Time in Place: Northwest Art from the Permanent Collection

Sep. 18 -  Dec. 18, 2021
Melvin Henderson-Rubio Gallery
Carl Hall, "Soaring Beach," 1991
Curretn Exhibition

Claudia Cave: Interiors and Interiority

Aug. 28 - Dec. 4, 2021
Study Gallery and Print Study Center
Claudia Cave, "Lighthouse" (detail), 2008
Current Exhibition

In Dialogue: Diego Rivera

April 9, 2021 – February, 2022
Focus Gallery in the Mark and Janeth Sponenburgh Gallery
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Current Exhibition

Point of View

Jan 25, 2021 - TBD
2nd Floor Landing

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Virtual Exhibitions

Virtual 360° Tour

Carl Hall Gallery

Northwest Perspectives: Selections from the Permanent Collection
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Virtual 360° Tour

The Confederated Tribes of the Grand Ronde Gallery

Ancestral Dialogues: Conversations In Native American Art
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Virtual 360° Tour

Mark and Janeth Sponenburgh Gallery

Across Continents, Through Time
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Online Exhibition Experience

Point Of View

Dr. Catherine Lee, Artist Associate of oboe at Willamette University, shares her music to explore Constance Fowler’s painting Tidal Drift (ca. 1960).
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