COVID-19 Updates 2020-03-27T17:07:09+00:00

COVID-19 (Coronavirus): Huntsville Museum of Art Information

Due to ongoing concerns about the novel coronavirus (COVID-19), we feel it is in the public interest to close the Huntsville Museum of Art beginning Wednesday, March 18. The Museum will remain closed to the public until Friday, April 17. The health and safety of Museum visitors is our number one priority. This decision is being made out of an abundance of caution and is based on CDC guidance regarding social distancing and the elimination of large gatherings. Please continue to check our website and social media accounts for information on exhibits, events, and programming. Thank you for your understanding as we navigate this situation together.

The Museum will continue to make regular updates on this page and social media outlets as the situation develops. Currently, the following events and programs have been adjusted:

Event postponements and cancellations

  • The American Master Illustrator’s opening preview party on Thursday, March 19 has been postponed to a later date. By calling the Museum’s Guest Services department during regular Museum hours, ticketholders have the option to:


  • $5 After 5 is temporarily canceled until the week of April 20. Date is subject to change as updates continue.
  • Pane e Vino has closed its dining room but is offering curbside pickup.
  • Museum Academy Spring Classes have been canceled with the exception of High School and Adult Classes in mid-to-late May: Mosaics, Calligraphy, Stained Glass Sun Catchers, Watercolor Sketching and Wet Felted Flowers Additional updates may occur as needed.
  • Spring Break Art Camp is canceled.
  • The Stender Interactive Gallery has been closed until further notice.
  • Voices of Our Times with P. Allen Smith has been postponed until Thursday, July 16. Current ticket holder’s payment will be applied to the new date. If they are unable to attend the new date, ticket holders have a right to:
    • Request a refund.
    • Donate their ticket back to the Museum and receive a tax receipt.


Please check back regularly for further updates.