Sheldon Museum of Art will reopen to the public Aug. 11. For the foreseeable future, its hours will be 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. Tuesdays through Saturdays.
Visitors are asked to enter and exit the museum on the east side of the building. Barrier-free ramp access to the museum is located on the north side of the building.
Sheldon will adhere to all University of Nebraska–Lincoln guidelines for protecting the health and safety of visitors, volunteers and staff. These include requirements to wear face masks and to observe social distancing. Additionally, the museum will limit building capacity, provide hand sanitation stations and increase cleaning of frequently touched surfaces.
The exhibitions on view at Sheldon for the fall semester are:
“Person of Interest,” an exhibition of portraiture spanning all nine of the building’s second-floor galleries
“Small Abstractions: Highlights from Sheldon’s Permanent Collection,” a selection of intimate-scale works that give insight to a wide range of abstraction’s visual vocabulary
“Sheldon Treasures,” an installation of some of the museum’s most important and best-known objects
For more information on Sheldon Museum of Art and its programming, visit the Sheldon website.