The Ladies Lunch Bunch traveled into Omaha to the Joslyn Art Museum July 25th. Several ladies participated in the special lunch and free tour of the museum.
About Joslyn Art Museum
The museum was commissioned by Sarah Joslyn as a gift to the city of Omaha in memory of her late husband, George. The museum opened in 1931. The original building is considered one of the finest examples of Art Deco architecture in the nation. An expansion in 1994 added seven galleries for modern and contemporary art and special exhibitions as well as the Museum’s signature Conagra Brands Atrium. In 2009 Joslyn completed a three-phase redevelopment and added a sculpture garden, a discovery garden as well as flowing water features. In May 2013 the museum stopped charging general admission, providing free access to the public.
Dedicated to excellence and celebrating art in all its variety, the museum maintains a collection of art historical significance.
Click here to learn more about Joslyn Art Museum.
A special exhibit of British Treasures of Art is on display now through September 9th for a nominal fee. This exhibit was organized by the Denver Art Museum.
Enjoy these pictures from the tour.