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Greenville County Museum of Art

The Greenville County Museum of Art invites visitors to sample the best in American art through its impressive permanent collection, as well as through traveling exhibitions. Located at 420 College Street on Heritage Green in downtown Greenville, South Carolina, the GCMA is perhaps best known for its Andrew Wyeth Collection. Including an example from every major period of Wyeth’s career, the GCMA’s collection is the largest of any public institution in the world. The GCMA’s respected Southern Collection surveys American art from colonial times to the present, ranging from 1726 pastel portraits and Civil War vistas to American Impressionism, Abstract Expressionism, American Scene, and contemporary works. The GCMA boasts a particularly strong collection of works by South Carolina-born artist Jasper Johns. In this video, Development Director Anne Barr takes viewers on a tour of the GCMA and talks about its many educational and enrichment offerings. Education is a mainstay of the mission of the GCMA, with gallery talks, lectures, and hands-on workshops offered throughout the year. Admission to the Greenville County Museum of Art is always free.

Gallery Hours:
Wednesday to Saturday: 10:00AM to 6:00PM
Sunday: 1:00PM to 5:00PM