Do you love checking out art exhibits? Here are some art exhibits for 2018 that are worthy of marking on your calendar.
The New York Historical Society will be exhibiting the magical collection and actual inspiration for the Harry Potter books by J.K. Rowling in October 2018. The highlight of the exhibit is the 16th century Ripley Scroll that is a 20-foot long manuscript, which contains instructions on how to make the philosopher’s stone.
The latest art creation by Yayoi Kusama featuring 6 of her infinity rooms that became famous in Instagram including other older art works will be on display at the Cleveland Museum of Art from 9 July to 30 September 2018.
The exhibit will then be available for public viewing at the Atlanta High Museum of Art from 18 November 2018 to 17 February 2019.
This popular exhibit from the Smithsonian is on its final year of tour. If you are a Star Wars aficionado, you surely don’t want to miss this. With more than 60 costumes to feast your eyes on, it promises to be a treat!
Visitors get a behind the scenes look at the painstaking process in conceptualizing and creating each and every Star Wars costume. The exhibit is currently on display at the Detroit Institute of Arts until September 2018.
Get to know more about America’s favorite past time. The exhibit features collections from the US Library of Congress including items that are on loan from private individuals and organizations. You can view the exhibit at the US Library of Congress Jefferson building until the summer of 2019.
Have you visited any art exhibit lately?