Crystal Bridges Museum of American Art
Crystal Bridges Museum of American Art is a museum of American art in Bentonville, Arkansas. The museum, founded by Alice Walton and designed by Moshe Safdie, officially opened on 11 November 2011. It offers free public admission.
In 2017 Cbmaa Welcomed Over 628,000 Guests To Participate in Various Exhibitions and Programs Highlighting Art, Architecture and Nature. Our Major Art Exhibitions Included$2.1m
Border Cantos, a photography show of images of the Mexican/American border; comprehensive Chihuly glass installation both in the gallery and forest; and Stuart Davis: In Full Swing, an iconic American painter heavily influenced by jazz music. See Schedule O for a more detailed description of the three most significant exhibitions.
CBMAA offered to the public a variety of educational programs which had over 167,983 attendees in 2017. See Schedule O for a description of the educational programs.
Through CBMAA's Collection Care Program, the museum aquires art, manages incoming and outgoing loans of art, provides conservation and maintenance, and other initiatives to continue the preservation of America's most well known art works. See Schedule O for a detailed list of the Collection Care Program Activities.