The Irvine Museum
Dedicated to the preservation and display of California art of the Impressionist Period (1890-1930),
The Irvine Museum is embracing a principal role in the education and furtherance of this beautiful and
important regional variant of American Impressionism that has come to be associated with California
and its remarkable landscape. The Irvine Museum invites you to share this experience and to enjoy the
splendor and power of art as it relates directly to our beloved California.
Then and Now: 100 Years of Plein Air Painting
May 17-October 2, 2014
Scenic View Ahead: The Westways Cover Art Program, 1928-1981
October 11, 2014-January 15, 2015
Help cultivate culture in today's children by exposing them to art.
Visit our bookstore where we offer books, DVDs and notecards.
The Irvine Museum is available for special evening events.
The Irvine Museum offers a variety of tours of its exhibitions. A regularly scheduled weekly docent tour is offered every Thursday at 11:15 a.m. Visitors are welcome on this tour without an appointment. In addition, special docent tours are available to groups of ten or more on an appointment basis. Please contact Dora James, Curator of Education, to schedule your group for a tour of our current exhibition.
- Contact us:
- Visit our Bookstore
We have eighteen (18) wonderful and beautifully illustrated books, DVDs and notecards published by The Irvine Museum offered for sale. Click here
- Patrons of The Irvine Museum
Help support our expanding outreach programs. Your contribution can make a significant difference. Join today! Click here
18881 Von Karman Avenue, Suite 100
Irvine, CA 92612
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Offices/Bookstore: (949) 476-0294
Directions: (949) 476-2565
Tuesday through Saturday, 11 a.m. to 5 p.m.
The museum is closed every Sunday and Monday, and may be closed for major holidays. Please call ahead.
Admission is complimentary for all visitors. Donations are gratefully accepted.
The Irvine Museum validates parking for its visitors.
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