Allen Museum of American Art, Oberlin College

1 S High St
Akron, OH 44308

(330) 376-9185

87 N Main St
Oberlin, OH 44074

(440) 775-8665

9500 Euclid Avenue
Cleveland, Ohio 44195

11610 Euclid Avenue
Cleveland, OH 44106

(216) 421-7000

11150 East Boulevard
Cleveland, OH 44106

(216) 421-7350

325 Superior Ave
Cleveland, OH 44114

(216) 623-2800

1455 E 6th St
Cleveland, OH 44114

FRONT Porch, PNC Glenville Arts Campus

1470 East 105th Street
Cleveland, OH

(216) 938-5429

11400 Euclid Avenue
Cleveland, OH 44106

(216) 421-8671

Playhouse Square

1501 Euclid Avenue
Cleveland, Ohio 44115

(216) 771-4444

Richard D. Baron ‘64 Gallery, Oberlin College

65 E. College St.
Suite 5 Oberlin, OH 44074

Rock and Roll Hall of Fame

1100 E 9th St
Cleveland, OH 44114

(216)781-7625

2900 Detroit Road
Cleveland, OH 44113

(216) 621-2314

St. John’s Episcopal Church

2600 Church Ave
Cleveland, OH 44113

(216) 505-5690

N Coast Harbor Walkway
Cleveland, OH 44114

(216) 694-2000

Toby’s Plaza

Uptown Pedestrian Trwy
Cleveland, OH 44106

1460 W 29th St
Cleveland, OH 44113

(216)938-5429

West Side Market

1979 W 25th St
Cleveland, OH 44113

(216) 664-3387

Founded in 1917, the Allen Memorial Art Museum (AMAM) is recognized today as one of the five best college and university art museums in the United States. Since its beginning, the museum has always been free for everyone.

The AMAM has an outstanding collection of nearly 14,000 works of art – including paintings, sculpture, decorative arts, prints, drawings and photographs – that provide a comprehensive overview of the history of art from a variety of cultures. The collection is particularly strong in European and American paintings and sculpture from the 15th century to today and has important holdings of Asian paintings, scrolls, sculpture and decorative art, including a large group of ukiyo-e prints. The museum also houses the Eva Hesse archives, which includes the artist’s notebooks, diaries, photographs and letters, and is proud to oversee, along with the Art Department, Frank Lloyd Wright’s Weltzheimer/Johnson House.

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