After A Three-Year Renovation, Mingei International Museum Is Back

After a three-year closure for a transformational renovation, Mingei International Museum, located in Balboa Park, has reopened September 3rd with a dynamic slate of exhibitions, commissioned artworks, and public programs.

Featuring over 25,000 objects from 141 countries, the Museum’s rapidly growing collection is a celebration of art of the people (mingei) from all eras and cultures of the world.

Mingei’s inaugural exhibitions were GLOBAL SPIRIT—Folk Art from the Ted Cohen Collection and HUMBLE SPIRIT / PRICELESS ART, both drawn from the Museum’s notable collection of folk art, craft and design from around the world.

To view the full list of inaugural events at the museum, please click here.

See you there, San Diego!

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