The Dixon is a fine art museum and public garden distinguished by its diverse and innovative programs in the arts and horticulture.
Holdings include more than 2,000 fine art and decorative arts objects, including French and American Impressionist paintings; a notable collection of German and English porcelain; and four centuries of European and American pewter. The museum organizes and presents eight to ten exhibitions every year.
The Dixon’s 17-acre campus is well-regarded public garden that includes formal spaces, woodland tracts, and cutting gardens.
Examines a group's contribution to the Mexican printmaking tradition
200+ war cartoons published in weekly and daily newspapers
Reveals a spectrum of contemporary approaches to print media