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Palm Springs and the Desert Resorts Sights

Palm Springs Art Museum

Updated 05/05/2014

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This world-class art museum focuses on photography, modern architecture, and the traditional arts of the Americas. Galleries are bright and open. The permanent collection includes a shimmering exhibition of contemporary studio glass, highlighted by works by Dale Chihuly, Ginny Ruffner, and William Morris. You'll also find handcrafted furniture by the late actor George Montgomery, a collection of mid-century modern architectural photos by Julius Shulman, an array of enormous

Native American baskets, and works by artists like Allen Houser, Arlo Namingha, and Fritz Scholder. The museum also displays significant works of 20th-century sculpture by Henry Moore, Marino Marina, Deborah Butterfield, and Mark Di Suvero. The Annenberg Theater presents plays, concerts, lectures, operas, and other cultural events.

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Sight Information

Address:

101 Museum Dr., off W. Tahquitz Canyon Dr., Palm Springs, California, 92262, USA

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Phone:

760-322–4800

Website: www.psmuseum.org

Sight Details:

  • $12.50, free Thurs. 4–8 during Villagefest
  • Tues.–Sun. 10–5
  • Closed Mon.

Updated 05/05/2014

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