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Chrysler Museum of Art
Museum’s areas of collecting emphasis are glass, photography, 19th century art, American painting, French painting, and Contemporary art.

Hermitage Museum & Gardens
Area specializations include art and artists related to the Sloane family collection.

Virginia Museum of Fine Arts
A state-supported, privately endowed educational institution created for the benefit of the citizens of the Commonwealth of Virginia.

Virginia Contemporary Art Museum
Exhibitions feature painting, sculpture, photography, glass, video and other visual media from regional, national and international artists.

Peninsula Fine Arts Center
Features changing exhibitions, educational programs, a year-round studio art school, and an interactive gallery for children.

The Muscarelle Museum of Art
Holds works of art from many cultures and eras, including English and American art, Japanese prints, African art, Asian ceramics, and  Abstract Expressionist art.

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Ellin and Baron Gordon Art Galleries
As a part of the College of Arts and Letters at Old Dominion University, the gallery promotes the advancement of knowledge through research and scholarship in the arts. The Baron and Ellin Gordon Self-Taught Art Gallery showcases self-taught art and its relation to contemporary art.

Mayer Fine Art Gallery
A 1,200  square foot gallery located inside Waterside Festival Hall on Norfolk’s downtown waterfront.

d'ART Center
Located in the newly renovated Seldon Arcade, the d'ART Center aims to bring artistic experiences and education to the public.

Located on 21st Street in Norfolk’s historic Ghent district, ArtGallery specializes in the exhibition of contemporary art by both emerging and established artists.

The Warehouse
A gallery space in West Ghent and the home of Symphonic for the City.