Arthur M. Sackler Museum

Arthur M. Sackler Museum Opened in 1985, the Arthur M. Sackler Museum joined the Fogg Museum and the Busch-Reisinger Museum as part of the Harvard Art Museums. The museum building, which was designed by British architect James Stirling, also housed offices for the History of Art and Architecture faculty, as well as the Digital Images and Slides Collection of the Fine Arts Library.

As of 2015, the old Arthur M. Sackler Museum building is underutilized and has an uncertain future, as the collection has been moved to the newly renovated and expanded Harvard Art Museums building on the site of the old Fogg Museum.

Operating as usual


Cambridge, MA


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