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Bruce Museum, the


The Bruce Museum is ready to welcome you!
(Photo: George Layton)
 

1 Museum Drive
Greenwich, Connecticut
(203) 869-0376
www.brucemuseum.org

Statement of Purpose

Bruce Museum is a teaching museum of the arts and earth sciences. Founded 1912

Handicapped accessible
Tuesday-Saturday: 10a.m. - 5p.m.
Sunday: 2 p.m. - 5p.m.
Closed Monday
Admission: $3.50 ($2.50 students/seniors)

Collections

Fine and Decorative Arts
19th Century Paintings, Print and Sculptures. American Art Pottery. Mechanical and Still Banks. The UST Pipe Collection.
Natural History Galleries with Hands-on live specimens and interactives
Mounted specimens: Birds, Reptiles, Mammals in Diorama, Minerals and Fossils, Wigwam Model.
Cultural History
Native American Artifacts, Chineses Court Robes, Precolumian Artifacts


Exhibits/Events

Now . Dec. 31
Examining the social realism of the 1930s to the avant-garde of the 1940s, . American Avant-Garde: A Decade of Change 1936. 1946. revises thinking about Abstract Expressionism. This exhibit at the Bruce Museum of Arts and Science features more than 60 paintings by 44 artists, including Jackson Pollock (. Man, Bull, Bird,. c. 1938. 41, above), Barnett Newman, Ad Reinhardt and Thomas Hart Benton. (203) 869-0376.

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Museum Store

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Images


Peonies
On exhibit with other paintings from our permanent collection.

Museum Touch Tank
Our touch tank of local marine life is a teaching tool and attraction for all.

Woodsplint Basket/Bead Bag Siwanoy
With Iroquois beaded bag on display with items form Greenwich Native Tribes.

Staff

John Clark, Executive Director
Nancy Hall-Duncan, Curator of Art
Marianne Smith, Curator of Natural Sciences
Robin Garr, Curator of Education
Barbara Morgan, Director of Public
Whitney Moore, Director of Development

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