Spring 2022 Opening Days


black and white print that shows an old man with a beard and glasses seated and writing next to a tree with a large, gnarled, scarred trunk and only one or two live upper branches. A lion scowls on the opposite side. Background is only lightly sketched.
Rembrandt van Rijn, Saint Jerome Beside a Pollard Willow, 1648. Engraving on paper. Museum Purchase through the Iver M. Nelson Jr. Purchase Fund. 2021-9-1


Round, buff-colored ceramic jar with fine hatching patterns in black over much of its surface. The circular opening has red pigment that swoops down into the strongly geometric design
Dextra Quotskuyva Nampeyo (Hopi-Tewa, Hopi Pueblo, Arizona, United States; 1928-2019), Polychrome Jar with Migration Patterns, mid 20th c. Earthenware and pigment. George Ogura Collection, Gift of Shozo Sato and Mrs. Alice Ogura Sato for the late Dr. George I. Ogura. 2020-8-9 © Dextra Quotskuyva Nampeyo


Charcoal drawing with paint. Black paint has been applied toward the top, then removed to reveal curved lines beneath. Toward the bottom are speckles of bright colors that give the painting a lightness and vibrancy beneath the darker field above.
Louise Fishman, Untitled, 2001. Acrylic and charcoal on paper. 30 1/8 x 22 1Ž4 inches. Courtesy of the artist. © Louise Fishman
Jan 27, 2022 - 10 am - 8 pm
Jan 28, 2022 - 10 am - 4 pm
Jan 29, 2022 - 10 am - 4 pm
Main floor galleries and Link Gallery

Celebrate a new season at Krannert Art Museum during Spring 2022 Opening Days.

Come to the museum to see favorite galleries and new special exhibitions, including Sacred Supernatural: Religion, Myth, and Magic in European Prints, 1450-1900 and To Know the Fire: Pueblo Women Potters and the Shaping of History.

And of course, you can still enjoy our East Gallery major exhibition A Question of Emphasis: Louise Fishman Drawing now through February 26.




Admission is always free, but tickets will be required during Spring 2022 Opening Days. Please sign up through our online reservation portal. | Get Tickets


Health and Safety | Community Care

Krannert Art Museum values our visitors, so we've made gallery guidelines and other health and safety information available at Know Before You Go.

Please keep in mind that face coverings are required in all spaces at KAM. We encourage you to check in when you arrive. Our gallery staff can provide helpful information to make your visit its best.

There is also hand sanitizer available for use at the entrances and in locations throughout the museum.



KAM endeavors to be welcoming to visitors of all ages and abilities. The Sixth Street door is our accessible entrance, and there are mobility supports and elevators near both entrances. Please ask a gallery attendant for assistance at any time.

If you have a question or request related to an accessibility accommodation, including requesting a D/HH-friendly check-in, please email us at kam-accessibility@illinois.edu or ask a gallery attendant when you arrive. We will do our best to help.

More information on accessibility is located at KAM Accessibility | Accessibility Map of KAM