exhibitions

Now on View

October 1, 2016 – January 16, 2017

We welcome the fifth and final NetWorks exhibition back to the Newport Art Museum this fall. Produced by Joseph A. Chazan, M.D., NetWorks has been an ongoing project showcasing and recording the work, achievements, methods and profiles of Rhode Island artists, each year since 2008. NetWorks 2015-2016 celebrates the creative energy of the state with video profiles of 24 artists by Richard Goulis, portraits of the artists by Scott Lapham, and an exhibition in the Newport Art Museum’s Cushing Gallery. A catalogue designed by Malcolm Grear Designers accompanies the exhibition. World premiere of NetWorks videos by Richard Goulis: October 2, 1:30

2015 NetWorks 2016

2015 NetWorks 2016

Kate Blacklock

Looking Closely at What is Not There

January 14 – May 7, 2017

Ilgenfritz Gallery

Although she began her career in ceramics, Kate Blacklock has explored a variety of media throughout her career. From oil paintings to photographs or scans printed on aluminum to 3-D-printed ceramics, this exhibition showcases several of the artist’s ongoing series. Click to read more >

Kate Blacklock

Looking Closely at What is Not There

Kate Blacklock

Looking Closely at What is Not There

January 11 – May 7, 2017

Griswold Building Hallway

This exhibition showcases a selection of the Museum's recent acquisitions by contemporary artists Jesse Burke, Nicole Chesney, Kathie Florsheim, Nicholas Mele, and Mary Dondero and by nineteenth-century American artists J.A.S. Monks and John Noble Barlow. Click to read more >

Recent Acquisitions

Recent Acquisitions

March 10, 2015 – March 10, 2020

online only

Explore the National Historic Landmark John N.A. Griswold House, home of the Newport Art Museum since 1916. This experience is accessible on computers, tablets, smart phones and other mobile devices and can be viewed at home or while walking through our galleries. Special thanks to the van Beuren Charitable Foundation for making this possible.

Griswold House Multi-Media Tour

Griswold House Multi-Media Tour