Frequently Asked Questions

Question: Which art exhibits are fun to attend?

Answer: There are several fun exhibits to attend, all over the country. These include:

  • Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York
  • National Gallery of Art, Washington DC
  • Museum of Modern Art, New York City
  • J Paul Getty Museum, Los Angeles, CA
  • Art Institute of Chicago, Chicago, IL
  • Museum of Fine Arts, Boston MA
  • de Young Museum, San Francisco, CA

Question: How much do art exhibits charge for admittance?

Answer: For people who do not care about the price, and do not worry about discounts, the cost would be full price of between $5 and $15. Repeat visitors can request a discounted price, while first time visitors, museum member, college students, and military families often get free admission. The admission basically depends on the exhibit that you are attending, and how persistent you are when it comes to getting a discount.

Question: Are there a lot of art exhibits to attend?

Answer: There are many art exhibits to attend. If you live in a larger city, you will have more of a variety of exhibits to choose from. In smaller cities, there may not be as many, however, they are just as good.

Question: How do I go about finding an art exhibit near me?

Answer: The internet is an excellent source to find good art exhibits. You can also check the local newspaper’s entertainment section. You can also speak to friends and family members to find out if they have heard of any exciting exhibits in your area.

Question: Is it possible to work at an art exhibit?

Answer: If you have a college degree in art, you can work in an exhibit as the curator. If you have any design experience, you can work as the designer for the exhibit. Also,you can find an exhibit that accepts volunteers. There are several jobs that volunteers can do if they are looking to get some experience in exhibits.

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We created this website in order to raise awareness about the work that a lot of talented modern artists are actually creating in the hopes of helping out the galleries that are full of talented people who deserve more recognition.

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