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KATONAH MUSEUM OF ART CLOSEDThe Katonah Museum of Art is temporarily closed to the public. The safety of Museum visitors, staff and the community is our highest priority. We will continue to post updates about our open status and community health and safety plans. You can connect with us online and on social media.

All Museum events and programs have been postponed. For all purchasers of tickets to programs or events, if you contact us we will work with you to transfer your ticket to a later program or event. If such an exchange is not possible we hope that you will continue to support the mission of the KMA to show exceptional works of art and provide important education programs for our community.

We hope that you and your loved ones are safe and well. Thank you for your understanding and for being a part of the KMA community. We hope that it is not long before we can gather here at the KMA to celebrate the art and the culture of learning that brings us all together.


Our Mission StatementThe Katonah Museum of Art promotes the understanding and enjoyment of the visual arts for diverse audiences. The Museum presents exhibitions that explore ideas about art, culture, and society – past and present – through innovative exhibition and education programs.


About the Katonah Museum of ArtThe Katonah Museum of Art, one of the most celebrated small museums in the country, was founded over 60 years ago by volunteers from local communities as an exhibition venue for fine arts. Nationally recognized, the KMA curates and hosts exhibitions, events, lectures and workshops. The Learning Center serves audiences of all ages. Throughout the year, we host three to four major exhibitions, interlaced with smaller attractions, in our 10,000 square foot building designed by the late eminent architect, Edward Larrabee Barnes. Among a stand of magnificent Norwegian spruce trees, the Sculpture Garden provides refuge and visual pleasure. The Katonah Museum also offers outdoor concerts, “artful” parties, international travels and trips to other museums and private collections.

The Fairfield/Westchester Museum Alliance

The Fairfield/Westchester Museum Alliance offers free admission and store discounts to members of any of the eight participating institutions – and for non-member visitors, a same-day free pass to all when paying regular admission at any one museum. Members should present their membership cards for the free admission.

Along with the Katonah Museum of Art, the participating organizations are:

Click here to print out the same-day pass for free admission to the above institutions.