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Hallie Ford Museum of Art, Salem

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The Hallie Ford Museum of Art (HFMA) is the museum of Willamette University in Salem, Oregon, United States. It is the third largest art museum in Oregon. Opened in 1998, the facility is across the street from the Oregon State Capital in downtown Salem, on the western edge of the school campus. Hallie Ford exhibits collections of both art and historical artifacts with a focus on Oregon related pieces of art and artists in the 27,000 square feet (2,500 m2) facility. The museum also hosts various traveling exhibits in two of its six galleries.
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  • There was a special exhibit when we toured and it was fascinating. The permanent exhibits also are fine and well worth your time.  more »
  • This is a lovely little museum which is a delight to walk through. If you are looking for old world masters be warned that this is not the National Gallery in Washington DC... the do have a small...  more »
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  • Really enjoyed visiting this little museum( felt a lot like a gallery) Permanent exhibits of ancient artifacts, coins,icons, eastern and western were a happy surprise. Downstairs modern Oregon artist works on display. Very nice, small but wonderfully curated, gift shop. Enjoyed my,stumbled upon it , visit! Visited after the Cherry Blossom Festival at the Capitol which just happened to fall on a free admission day.. My granddaughter really enjoyed the interactive exhibits
  • It's a small but good museum. In particular the latest George Rodriguez sculpture show is really good, even kept my 4yo entertained. The permanent exhibit is very small but has a Rodin and some interesting Asian art.

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