Uncovering the Human Condition: The Arthur S. Goldberg Collection
Works from the private collection of Arthur Goldberg feature the human figure as a means to understand the human condition.
References to the body can be found in each of the paintings, works on paper, and sculptures in the exhibition.
Whether a finely detailed self-portrait or an abstracted reference to an inner psychological state, the bodies in this exhibition channel questions about being, experience, and perception.
Wednesday - Friday: 12 PM - 4 PM
Saturday - Sunday: 11 AM - 5 PM
Free Admission for: Children 12 years old and under; Fitchburg State University, Mount Wachusett Community College and Fitchburg Public School Students, Faculty & Staff with I.D.; Residents of City Ward 4B with proof of residence; NEMA Members with one guest; AAM Members with one guest; Active Military and their families with I.D.Paid Admission for:Adults: $9.00Seniors (62+): $5.00Students ages 13-18 & College Students with I.D.: $5.00MTA: $5.00AAA: Buy one get one free admissionEBT Card Holders: $2.00 per person cash admission
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Phone: ( 978) 345-4207
- Every first Thursday of the month, admission is FREE for everyone to the Museum with extended hours from 12 to 7 pm (except in December).
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