Alexandria Museum of Art Presents the Tilo Steinschulte Collection

. October 28, 2010 . 0 Comments

The Alexandria Museum of Art presents “Tilo Steinschulte Collection at AMoA”, open through December 4, 2010.

AMoA is proud to honor architect, artist, collector, and philanthropist,
Thilo Steinschulte for his generous contribution to the Museum’s permanent collection and to the cultural integrity of our community with the Thilo Steinschulte Collection at AMoA. Thilo’s friends and family members will facilitate an informal discussion with the Museum audience at 8:00PM at the Opening Reception, paying tribute to his passion for the arts and his remarkable legacy.

Image: Eve and Her Bird Alexandria Museum of Art

The Museum was founded in 1977 and occupies the Historic Rapides Bank Building, circa 1898, listed on the National Historic Register.

The expanded AMoA is the centerpiece of Alexandria’s riverfront, situated on the entire 900 block of Main Street. The museum comprises of exhibition spaces, curatorial and collection storage, administrative and education space and other public gathering areas.

Through its exhibition program of an ever-changing array of collections on loan from around the world, its extensive permanent collection of contemporary Louisiana art and the state’s largest collection of North Louisiana Folk Art, AMoA entices visitors of diverse tastes.

Alexandria Museum of Art
933 Main Street / P.O. Box 1028
Alexandria, LA 71309-1028
P:(318)443-3458
F:(318)443-0545

www.themuseum.org

Category: Fine Art

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