The Boston Athenæum Norma Jean Calderwood Gallery
The Boston Athenæum’s Norma Jean Calderwood Gallery features three exhibitions per year. These are always open to the public during normal business hours. These exhibitions are generated by the Athenæum’s curatorial staff in the Art Department and include objects, both historical and contemporary, from the Athenæum’s own collections, as well as others lent to the Athenæum by other cultural organizations. Traveling exhibitions, organized by other museums, are also hosted by the Athenæum on a regular basis. Lectures, curators’ gallery talks, symposia, and other public and educational programs are often held in conjunction with the Athenæum’s exhibitions.
A description of the current gallery exhibition
A view of what is coming up next in the gallery
- The Boston Athenæum will consider exhibition proposals submitted by professional curators or museum staff only.
- Any other unsolicited exhibition proposals will not be considered. Unsolicited material will not be returned to the sender.
- The Boston Athenæum does not organize or host solo exhibitions of the work of living artists.