Ackland Art Museum, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill
The Ackland Art Museum on UNC-Chapel Hill’s historic campus is a local museum with a global outlook that bridges campus and community. Admission to the Ackland is free and accessible to all. The Ackland’s holdings include more than 18,000 works of art. The collection spans all cultures and time periods, showcasing the breadth of human creativity.
Photo courtesy of Rob Holliday; photo courtesy of Johnny Andrews; photo courtesy of Johnny Andrews; Unidentified artist, Japanese, "Beauties Aboard a Ship" c. 1930; Fujikasa Satoko, Japanese, "Flow"; Howard Hodgkin, British, 1932-2017, "As Time Goes By (red)"; Hendrik Hondius the Elder, Dutch, 1573-after 1649, "Ruins of Castle Spangen."