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American University Museum at the Katzen Arts Center

4400 Massachusetts Avenue Northwest

Washington, DC 20016

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Reserve your free timed entry visit to the AU Museum. Each visitor must register individually, and tickets are non-transferable.

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You will receive a health and safety form via email 24 hours prior to your visit. To enter the museum, you must agree to our health and safety guidelines, including wearing a mask throughout your visit and maintaining social distance. Preview the form.

Please email museum@american.edu at least 24 hours in advance if you are unable to attend.

All visitors must enter the building via the parking garage elevators. Parking is free. The museum is located on floor one. Upon exiting the elevator, turn right to reach the museum. Pedestrians must also enter the building through the parking garage elevators. You may enter the parking garage on foot from Massachusetts Avenue. Visit our website for directions to the museum.

You will have the opportunity to visit three exhibitions on view:

- Peace Corps at 60: Inside the Volunteer Experience

- Raya Bodnarchuk: This is a True Picture of How it Was

- The Long Sixties: Washington Paintings in the Watkins and Corcoran Legacy Collections, 1957-1982

Exhibition catalogs will be available to purchase during your visit. Catalogs are $15 each plus $4 for shipping.

We look forward to welcoming you back into the museum! For more information, visit the reopening page on our website.

For help with registration, email museum@american.edu.

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Housed in the dynamic and multidisciplinary Katzen Arts Center, the American University Museum builds its programming on the strengths of a great college and great university. We focus on international art because American University has a global commitment. We show political art because the university is committed to human rights, social justice, and political engagement. We support the artists in our community because the university takes an active and responsible role in the formation of our contemporary art and culture.

We present exhibitions that mirror American University’s aspiration to be the premier Washington-based, global university. Our programming puts the best art of our region in a national and international context. Our collections enable us to present the art history of Washington, while our Kunsthalle attitude brings the most provocative art of our time to our place.

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