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Claremont Lewis Museum of Art

Claremont Lewis Museum of Art
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About Us

The Claremont Lewis Museum of Art is a non-profit organization that promotes the arts in Claremont through its exhibitions and events and provides art education programs for Claremont schools. The museum, located in the historic Claremont Depot, celebrates the community’s rich artistic legacy and promotes the cultural vitality of the region.

Highlights

  • The first Sunday is Free Family Day with ARTStation activities

Images

Visitors look at a chair by Sam Maloof in the ReGeneration exhibition.
Visitors look at the Refugee Memorial by Albert Stewart in the ReGeneration exhibition.
A ceramic piece by Paul Soldner in the ReGeneration exhibition.
A ceramic piece by Harrison McIntosh in the ReGeneration exhibition.
A visitor looks at a painting by Joella Jean Mahoney in the ReGeneration exhibition.

Events

ARTStation at the Claremont Lewis Museum of Art
"Andrée M. Mahoney: Spirit Voyager" opening reception
"Vince Skelly: A Conversation with Trees" opening reception
ARTStation at the Claremont Lewis Museum of Art

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