The Monterey Museum of Art expands a passion for the visual arts and inspires appreciation of California Art — past, present, and future. The Museum recently hosted the exhibition, Edward Weston: Portrait of the Young Man as an Artist as the opening venue, and debuted, Who Shot Monterey Pop! Photographs from the 1967 Music Festival on June 2, 2017.
The Monterey Museum of Art connects art and community, with an emphasis on participatory experiences built around the Museum’s strong collection of California and regional art. Exhibitions and programs of the highest quality are designed to engage and inspire visitors.
The Museum was established in 1959, to uphold the artistic legacy of the region by collecting, preserving and presenting the art of California and the Central Coast. Originally a chapter of the American Federation of the Arts, MMA remains the only nationally accredited museum between San Jose and Santa Barbara.
Visit montereyart.org for additional information on the Museum's exhibitions, programming and events.
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