Museum sits on the four acre Hudson-Carpenter Park containing picnic tables shaded by ancient oaks and a basketry garden featuring the plants used by Pomo Indian weavers to create their baskets.
Question: Where is the Grace Hudson Museum?
Answer: The Museum is located in Ukiah California.
Question: What is the Grace Hudson Museum?
Answer: The Grace Hudson Museum is an art, history, and anthropology museum focusing on the lifework of Grace Carpenter Hudson, Dr. John W. Hudson, and other members of a local family.
- Pomo Indian Artifacts
- Ethnographic Field Notes
- Unpublished Manuscripts
- Historic Photographs
- Grace Hudson Paintings
- Programs and Exhibitions
- A Gift Store
- A Park with Picnic Tables and Oak Trees
- A basketry garden featuring the plants used by Pomo Indian weavers to create their baskets.
Question: What kind of programs and exhibitions are offered?
Answer: The Museum's exhibitions and public programs are thematically shaped by, and linked to, its collections with their focus on Western art, history and anthropology.
Grace Hudson Museum
This modern museum and historic home features the work of artist Grace Carpenter Hudson, Pomo Indian baskets, historic photographs and objects from the large collection of the Carpenter-Hudson family. The museum also mounts temporary exhibitions on a wide range of contemporary and historical themes. Open Wed-Sat, 10-4:30, and noon-4:30 on Sundays. 1-707-467-2836
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