The Michele and Donald D’Amour Museum of Fine Arts was established in 1933 and is housed in the original Art Deco-style building.
The Museum holds a comprehensive collection of American, and Asian paintings, prints, watercolors and sculpture and representative examples of drawing, furniture, metalwork, textiles, glass and ceramics, as well as a notable collection of European Art (French, Dutch, and Italian).
The Museum also holds the largest collection of Currier & Ives (active 1834-1907) lithographs in the nation.
4 artists explore the human/nature relationship through the ancient medium of encaustic (melted wax)
Portrayals of everyday people, particularly the "new women" carving new roles in the work force