Nkame: A Retrospective of Cuban Printmaker Belkis Ayón       LOOK. Listen. Learn. Act.
             
         
    Black Lives Matter - Artist Grant Program      

Myriad Treasures: Celebrating the Reinstallation of the Soreng Gallery

The JSMA invites you to take a virtual tour of selected special exhibitions and permanent collection galleries. Each tour allows you to stroll through the museum at your own pace, using the circle icons on the floor to navigate from location to location. You can zoom in on individual artworks, read object labels and descriptive texts by clicking on the small icons next to each work, and also access informational links, and exhibition brochures or study guides. You can also make your internet browser window larger or smaller as desired—and we recommend expanding it to full screen to take advantage of the tours’ high resolution, 360-degree photos!

Links to our currently featured tours will always appear at the top of this webpage, but the JSMA will continue to add new galleries and tours as our exhibitions change. Check back often to see what’s new and on view. We anticipate keeping exhibitions available well past their opening dates, too, so if you missed a show due to the COVID-19 pandemic, you will still be able to find it here. If you don’t see the show you are hunting for at the top of the page, scroll down to where we will list past exhibitions and their virtual tours.

JSMA virtual tours are made possible with the support of the Art Bridges foundation and our members.

 
   
Metamorphosis   Northwest Ambience: Frank Okada  

Korean Ceramic Culture:
Legacy of Earth and Fire

         
   
A Woman's Worth   Shared Visions   Shared Visions
         
       
Creativity Counts: Possibilities Shaped by Constraints of Arithmetic
  Laura Fritz/Rick Silva: Encounters   Every Word Was Once an Animal
         
   
Rhapsody in Blue and Red:
Ukiyo-e Prints of the Utagawa School
  Art of the Athlete: All Stars   Steve Rowell:
Uncanny Sensing, Remote Valleys
         
   
Hallie Ford Fellows  
Nuestra imagen actual | Our Present Image: Mexico and the Graphic Arts
  Prince Lucien Campbell Courtyard