Palm Springs Desert Art Museum Brings Local Color

Palm-Springs-Desert-Art-Museum-300x199The Palm Springs Art Museum is a true gem of the desert community.  Located in the heart of downtown Palm Springs, the museum features a world-class collection of art, much of it donated or loaned by area residents.  With works of art from some of the world’s more respected and venerated artists such as Andy Warhol, Roy Lichtenstein, Marc Chagall and Pablo Picasso, the Palm Springs Art Museum rivals any other major metropolitan art museum in America.


Current Exhibits


Explore the world of Pop Art in the exhibit Pop Goes the Humor, on display until October 7th.  The exhibit features art that includes images taken straight from popular culture, such as comic books, ads, product labels and television, and shows visitors how these images reflect society through satire and social commentary.  With humor, these artists are addressing the human experience – and providing entertainment for us all.

Contemporary Glass is an ongoing display that features a vast array of contemporary glass work from a wide range of artists.  Work from significant artists such as Benjamin Moore and Karen LaMonte are displayed alongside work that is inspired by the movement to integrate glass in non-traditional and conceptual ways.

Admire the work of famed sculptor Auguste Rodin in the exhibit Rodin to Now:  Modern Sculpture.  See how Rodin’s work has influenced and shaped modern sculpture and changed our way of thinking about three-dimensional art.


Annenberg Theater


The Palm Springs Art Museum does not leave out the performing arts, and visitors will be delighted by range of performances scheduled at the beautiful Annenberg Theater.  The state-of-the-art theater seats 433 and features nearly perfect acoustics.

The season begins on Saturday, November 17th, with a performance by two-time Tony award winner Sutton Foster.  Other top Broadway performers will grace the Annenberg stage throughout the season including Betty Buckley, Tom Wopat, Christine Ebersole, and Susan Egan.  For a full list of upcoming performances as well as ticket information, please visit the museum’s website.


Museum Information

  • The museum is open on Tuesday, Wednesday, Friday, Saturday and Sunday from 10am – 5pm.
  • The museum is open on Thursdays from 12pm – 8pm; admission is free between 4pm-8pm.
  • The museum is closed on Mondays and major holidays.
  • Admission is $12.50 for adults, $10.50 for seniors over 62, and $5 for students.
  • Admission is FREE for museum members, children 12 and under, and active duty military personnel and their families.
  • There is FREE public admission every Thursday from 4pm – 8pm and on the second Sunday of every month.



The Palm Springs Art Museum is located at 101 Museum Drive, Palm Springs, CA, 92262.  The museum is in the heart of downtown Palm Springs on Museum Drive at Tahquitz Canyon Way, just west of N. Palm Canyon Drive.

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