Explore interesting free indoor art at shows in chic galleries and shops in cool neighborhoods (just don't touch). The art on display is always changing; here are some current family-friendly favorites.

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Delcy Morelos: El abrazo

Explore two immersive, multisensory installations where surface and volume converge and collapse through monochromatic expanse and material accumulation. Drawing on the cosmologies of ancestral cultures, Andean and Amazonian as well as her own, Delcy Morelos explores the sustaining power of mud in its many forms—as a source of life and sustenance.

Statement Sleeves

See puffed, ruffled, split and sheer statement sleeves in a fashion exhibit of garments dating from the 18th century to the present organized by sleeve type. Following an introduction to basic sleeve shapes–from gigot to raglan–encounter the myriad ways in which designers have reinterpreted and remixed sleeves through variations in material, shape, embellishment, and even functionality. More than sixty styles emphasize how sleeves hold the power to define a look–in both the past and present.


ROAR: A collection of Mighty Women

Admire feminist pop-artist Ashley Longshore’s dozens of giant portraits featuring legendary stateswomen, artists, athletes and notable women from all over the world. Be inspired by heroines from Taylor Swift to Sojourner Truth to Mother Teresa.

Find more brightly colored irreverent art throughout the cheerful two-story space including little goodies for sale.

Note there is some spicy feminist language and gestures.