Johnson Museum of Art

Herbert F. Johnson Museum of Art, 114 Central Ave, Ithaca, NY 14853, USA

Cornell University’s Herbert F. Johnson Museum of Art in Ithaca, NY, houses more than 35,000 works of art in a historic I. M. Pei building. The Museum is a member of Ithaca's Discovery Trail.

Admission‎ is free.

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Phone

(607) 255-6464 ‎

Hours

10AM-5 PM (Closed‎ Mondays and major holidays)

Website

museum.cornell.edu

Twitter

@HFJMuseum

Disability Access Information

The Johnson Museum of Art is committed to providing programming and excellent museum experiences for visitors with disabilities. The building is accessible for people with a range of disabilities, and our staff and receptionists are available to insure your comfort and opportunities for education and enjoyment.

• For mobility-impaired visitors, a wheelchair is available in the lobby.

• There are large-print transcripts available to borrow in conjunction with our audio-visual tours of the collection. Information on exhibitions is also available in large print.

• We have many opportunities to learn about our collections online, including web-based databases and online versions of our audio-visual tours.

• Touch-tours can be provided to visitors who are visually impaired with advance request.

• Trained staff members are available to provide tours to children and adults with disabilities.

• ASL interpreters are available with advance request for our lectures, tours, and other events.


If you need accommodations to participate in any Museum event, please contact Sara Ferguson, who will be happy to facilitate any further needs or answer questions you may have. She can be reached at 607 254-4616 or by e-mail if you would like us to make arrangements for you in advance.

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Upcoming Events

American Sojourns and the Collecting of Japanese Art

American Sojourns and the Collecting of... 9/27/2016 10am

Exhibition / Johnson Museum of Art

For more than 250 years the Tokugawa government allowed foreigners only very limited access to Japan—that is, until 1853, when an American expedition led by...

JapanAmerica: Points of Contact, 1876-1970

JapanAmerica: Points of Contact, 1876-1970 9/27/2016 10am

Exhibition / Johnson Museum of Art

Focusing on Japan’s place in major international exhibitions held in the Americas from 1876 onward, and finishing with a look at Japan’s first world’s fair...

Japonisme: The First Wave and Beyond

Japonisme: The First Wave and Beyond 9/27/2016 10am

Exhibition / Johnson Museum of Art

At the 1862 International Exhibition in London, Sir Rutherford Alcock, a former consul general in Japan and an early collector of Japanese material, mounted...

Signal to Code

Signal to Code 9/27/2016 10am

Exhibition / Johnson Museum of Art

Signal to Code at the Johnson Museum is an extension of Signal to Code: 50 Years of Media Art in the Goldsen Archive, on display in the Hirshland Gallery of...

We Went to the Fair

We Went to the Fair 9/27/2016 10am

Exhibition / Johnson Museum of Art

The 1851 Crystal Palace Exposition in London is considered the first exhibition of its kind to showcase manufactured products from all over the world,...

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