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Current Exhibitions

Celebrating Smokey Bear

On view until Feb 1, 2015

Celebrating Smokey Bear

Rudy Wendelin and the Creation of an Icon

This is a look at America's favorite spokesbruin, and one of the most effective public service advertising campaigns in history. The exhibition features more than a dozen works by a Virginia artist who helped craft the legendary character.

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By Popular Demand

On view until Aug 31, 2014

By Popular Demand

Your Selections, Your Gallery

You are the curator as we unveil our new Community Gallery. This exhibition features Chrysler favorites as selected by you in online voting.

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Stanislav Libensky and Jaroslava Brychtova:

On view until Oct 19, 2014

Stanislav Libensky and Jaroslava Brychtova:

Selections from the Lisa and Dudley Anderson Collection

Our newly redesigned glass wing will include a Glass Focus Gallery, and to inaugurate the space we're offering the brilliant work of the husband-wife glass team of Stanislav Libensky and Jaroslava Brychtova.

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Adeline's Portal

On view until Dec 31, 2014

Adeline's Portal

A Conceptual Installation by Beth Lipman

This conceptual art installation by Beth Lipman, a Chrysler Museum Glass Studio Artist in Residence, was created live in front of our Studio audience and was inspired by Norfolk history. It's on display at the Moses Myers House.

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The Norfolk Rooms

On view until Dec 31, 2015

The Norfolk Rooms

At The Willoughby-Baylor House

Come enjoy a mix of art and history at the Willoughby-Baylor House on East Freemason Street in downtown Norfolk. This exhibit re-imagines early 1800s life via antiques and artworks.

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Democratic Designs

On view until Apr 5, 2015

Democratic Designs

At The Willoughby-Baylor House

Ammi Phillips, Nicholas Mundy, oil on canvas, 1852. Click image to enlarge. The Federal-era Willoughby-Baylor House provides a perfect historical setting for an exhibition of highlights from the Chrysler Museum's deep collection of early American...

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