Many museums are open with social distancing rules in place, and the Muskegon Museum of Art is no different. However, their latest exhibit, Glass and Treasures From The Permanent Collection, is definitely different than anything else in the West Michigan area.
The Glass and Permanent Collection encompasses over a century of Muskegon Museum of Art's collecting history. The ceramic pieces are presented differently, each having their own unique lighting, setting, and sounds, making it an immersive experience for visitors.
The exhibit will feature works by the artists that defined the studio glass movement, including Dale Chihuly, Harvey Littleton, and Marvin Lipofsky. It will also highlight collections of vintage Tiffany and Steuben lamps and glass work alongside pieces from the pioneering days of contemporary studio glass.
The Muskegon Museum of Art is open Tuesdays through Sundays from 11 a.m. to 4 p.m. Admission is free on Thursdays.
Muskegon Museum of Art is located at 296 W. Webster Avenue.
For more information, call (231)-720-2570 or visit muskegonartmuseum.org.