National Calendar of Art Exhibitions

with an emphasis on American representational art

at museums and other non-profit organizations


(above:  Horatio Greenough, George Washington, Edited image from Library of Congress digital collection. African American school children facing the Horatio Greenough statue of George Washington at the U.S. Capitol. Published ca.1899 by Frances Benjamin Johnston, 1864-1952, photographer.  Image and text source: Wikimedia Commons - public domain)


TFAO is committed to promoting and supporting American art exhibitions, as part of an ongoing effort to explore the rich history of American art.

Please click on the following titles to view future, present and past calendars of:



2023 Museum Exhibitions

2022 Museum Exhibitions

2021 Museum Exhibitions

2020 Museum Exhibitions

2019 Museum Exhibitions

2018 Museum Exhibitions

2017 Museum Exhibitions

2016 Museum Exhibitions

2015 Museum Exhibitions

2014 Museum Exhibitions

2013 Museum Exhibitions

2012 Museum Exhibitions

2011 Museum Exhibitions

2010 Museum Exhibitions

2009 Museum Exhibitions

2008 Museum Exhibitions

2007 Museum Exhibitions

2006 Museum Exhibitions

2005 Museum Exhibitions

2004 Museum Exhibitions

2003 Museum Exhibitions

2002 Museum Exhibitions

July - December, 2001 Museum Exhibitions

January - June, 2001 Museum Exhibitions

July - December, 2000 Museum Exhibitions

January - June, 2000 Museum Exhibitions

July - December, 1999 Museum Exhibitions

January - June, 1999 Museum Exhibitions

July - December, 1998 Museum Exhibitions

January - June, 1998 Museum Exhibitions


Associations, Clubs, Institutes and other art organizations:

Associations, ateliers, clubs 2000 Exhibitions

Associations, ateliers, clubs 1999 Exhibitions

Associations, ateliers, clubs 1998 Exhibitions

Please also see:

What is included in the Calendar
How TFAO updates the Calendar
How TFAO uses the Calendar
How to make the most of your visit to an exhibition

Always verify dates directly with museums before visiting their exhibitions.


Excellent art is food for the soul.

Enjoy a satisfying meal

at a museum near you.


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