Fisher From Home: News and Notes from the Museum

Due to the COVID-19 Safer-at-Home order in Los Angeles,

USC Fisher Museum is currently closed.

Check out the archive of our weekly Fisher From Home newsletter  💌 

And join our mailing list here!

 

Looking for more art in your life at this moment?

Below we provide some at-home art inspiration to read, watch, and do!

 

PUZZLES!

Test your jigsaw puzzle skills > HERE

 

ART PROJECTS!

Try your hand at creating art inspired by works in the Fisher Museum collection and from Fisher exhibitions > HERE

 

EXPLORE THE PERMANENT COLLECTION!

Through Google Arts and Culture, you are able to see our rich mix of old masters and a contemporary collection featuring works by artists from California, Latin America, and Spain > HERE

 

WALK THROUGH OUR EXHIBITIONS!

Walk through Charles Arnoldi | Four Decades with the curator           > HERE
Explore James hd Brown: Life and Work in Mexico > HERE
Explore Facing Survival | David Kassan > HERE

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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Message from USC Fisher Museum, March 13, 2020

Owing to our mission as a public gathering space both for those on campus and for the general public and considering current public health concerns, we have decided to temporarily close the USC Fisher Museum of Art beginning Saturday, March 14th. 

This decision is not made lightly. While there are no cases at USC of COVID-19, this is in step with USC’s current COVID-19 response and with the evolving national health guidelines designed to slow potential transmission of the coronavirus. For the most up-to-date university information, please visit https://sites.usc.edu/coronavirus/

We hope to continue our current exhibition Charles Arnoldi | Four Decades From the Collections of Jordan D. Schnitzer and His Family Foundation when we reopen.

We will update our website with more specific dates when that information is available. In the meantime, please follow us on social media @fishermuseum on FacebookInstagram, and Twitter for content related to Charles Arnoldi’s exhibition as well as highlights from our permanent collection and past exhibitions.

Please take care of yourselves and your neighbors, and we look forward to seeing you at the Fisher Museum soon.

USC COVID-19 Response Information Page