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Three floors of changing exhibitions ranging from Washington, DC art to works from all over the world. Admission is free and underground parking on weekends is also free. Membership includes pre-opening receptions with lectures and presentations by artists and curators. Outstanding cultural venue!
The American University Museum is housed in the Katzen Arts Center at the American University in Washington, DC. The focus is to show exhibits of regional and local artists. A very nice modern building and the corner of Nebraska Ave. and Massachusett Avenue just and...More
We routinely check what’s being exhibited at American University’s Katzen Arts Center, off of Ward Circle, in northwest DC. Usually, at least one of the exhibits turns out to be either interesting, fun, or both. We’ve never been disappointed, and quite often we’ve been delighted....More
With so many art museums in Washington, one can get overwhelmed. If you just have part of a day, check out what installations are at the AU Museum at the Katzen. There are three floors of exhibitions, take as long as you like.
Free and open to the public, this museum hosts different exhibitions of contemporary art from around the globe. There is no permanent collection/exhibition. The quality of the exhibits varies from the good to the interesting, to the sublime, but never disappoint. We came here often,...More
This was my first venture to the Katzen Arts Center, though I've passed the building on the way to and from my physician's office for years. Three main exhibits on three floors. One exhibit was sensational; another was interesting; the third left me cold (it's...More
Very good campus and facilities for the students
Safe and patrolled with Starbucks subway and grocery store
About 10-15 minutes by car to Georgetown where lots of shops and restaurants
Our son is living it here
My son attends American University and while visiting him we decided to see the museum on campus. I am so glad I did! The museum has amazing exhibits that were thought provoking and timely. In the same building there are studios and theaters. Look this...More