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Morris Graves Museum of Art
636 F St, Eureka, CA 95501, United States
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Cy
Review №1

Great to visit, wonderful events, nice to see artwork. Lower level has childrens interactive area.

Xo
Review №2

Thank you Morris Graves, and all supporters. Great museum. I loved the Member show and exhibit. Beautiful space and well presented.

Zu
Review №3

A very nice small venue for performances. We went to jazz concert that was intimate and had great acoustics - the room is a 50ft (?) diameter circle that is part of old Carnegie Library. Also beautiful art on display in adjacent rooms. Bring cushion for folding chair seats.You will enjoy it if you go to special event or to view art/ exhibits.

Ir
Review №4

My visit was very interesting. Lots of beautiful art and friendly people

Je
Review №5

Great art polite people. If your on Calfresh they allow you free entry also

Br
Review №6

Fantastic venue incredible wonderful amazing music! The Redwood Coast Music Festival was truly an awesome experience Thank you all for keeping this venue alive, Greatfull to ALL the Members who maintain the building musicians artists who make this such an incredible venue sincerely Brigette Marie Terry HUGS MUSIC IS MAGICAL AND HEALING LOVE YOU HUGS

Jo
Review №7

This is a great Art Museum in a beautiful old Carnegie Library. The architecture is stunning and the rotating art is always of Interest. There is an emphasis on local artists of many different media and styles. It is always a joy to visit.

Pa
Review №8

This beautiful old library building just off Old Town Eureka is a perfect art destination, and the highlight of a recent art walk on First Saturdays Arts Alive. The different size rooms allow for larger or small intimate displays. A large area is perfect for performances and a band was adding to the festive atmosphere. And the buildings woodwork, columns, tile flooring have all been beautifully maintained to appreciate now and in the future.

Di
Review №9

Lovely museum. Always something interesting to see.

Br
Review №10

Morris Graves is located in the restored Carnegie library building in Eureka, California and is a majestic building. The second-floor balcony is a rotunda, the walls of which hold works of current and local painters. It is named for a local artist who died on May 5, 2001 at his 380 acre lake home in Loleta,CA, a few miles South of Eureka. The building contains a small collection of Graves many works and much of a personal collection of his collegues paintings. Eureka is the hub of multiple beautiful surrounding locations and the show place of many artists. The works are changed regularly and the basement gift shop has many treats. Come on the first Saturday of every month for special shows of music, photography, painting, and sculpture that run from Morris Graves throughout the town.

Ch
Review №11

Nice example of a Carnegie Library. Rotating art exhibits.

Bi
Review №12

Beautiful place to visit, enjoyed the unique pieces and had a great time at the poetry reading that night. A great place for an event

Ri
Review №13

A very eclectic place with performance space and art exhibits

Cr
Review №14

Best museum in Humboldt. Great kids art program

Ca
Review №15

It is a get together for live music and wine on Sundays. Good acoustics.

Sh
Review №16

The building itself is architecturally beautiful.

Li
Review №17

The exhibition of quilts by Pat Durbin was excellent. Very striking.

Ki
Review №18

Beautiful building. Not always worth the money but its a donation to the cause. The exhibits frequently disappoint me.

Ha
Review №19

It has a lot of contribution from the community for art pieces. A lovely building, and usually has some kind of event going on. Usually pertaining to art or music. The best is seeing all the involvement.

Sa
Review №20

Beautiful old growth redwood columns are the backdrop for an eclectic gallery of local art in an area known for having the highest percentage of artists per capita.

Te
Review №21

Wonderful art gallery and museum. A must see during Arts Alive every first Saturday of the month.

Va
Review №22

Such a variety. Good little store in bottom level. Very well versed in their business and supports local artists and musicians. Proud we have this place in our town

St
Review №23

Pretty neat building

Ki
Review №24

I was just there to listen and dance to a Brass band. What a beautiful building.

6r
Review №25

A usually fun venue and always interesting

Mi
Review №26

Fun place nice people thank you!

Ly
Review №27

Its a great place to learn.

Bi
Review №28

Very nice museum. It has lots of local artists work.

Da
Review №29

Great little museum! Wonderful building and great rotating exhibition.

Me
Review №30

Awesome place to bring children!

wi
Review №31

Small art museum. Sometimes they have jazz there.

TA
Review №32

Interesting and fun.

Ka
Review №33

Nice museum check it out

Ja
Review №34

A very good place to see local Art

Ry
Review №35

Wonderful museum, free on arts alive.

An
Review №36

Great local art

te
Review №37

It was awsome

SU
Review №38

Nice museum, enjoyed the exhibits.

Ro
Review №39

Excellent

Ma
Review №40

A treasure. A bounty of art.

Sl
Review №41

A treasure.

Da
Review №42

A gem in Eureka

Ka
Review №43

Memory stones

Sn
Review №44

Loved it

Ki
Review №45

Cool spot

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  • Address:636 F St, Eureka, CA 95501, United States
  • Site:http://humboldtarts.org/
  • Phone:+1 707-442-0278
Categories
  • Art museum
  • Museum
  • Non-profit organization
  • Tourist attraction
Working hours
  • Monday:Closed
  • Tuesday:12–5pm
  • Wednesday:12–5pm
  • Thursday:12–5pm
  • Friday:12–5pm
  • Saturday:12–5pm
  • Sunday:Closed
Accessibility
  • Wheelchair-accessible entrance:Yes
Amenities
  • Good for kids:Yes
  • Restaurant:No
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