ELKHART — The following exhibits are now open at the Midwest Museum of American Art, 429 S. Main St.
• “Youth Art 2021: A Celebration of National Youth Art Month”: Selected by art educators from four area high schools, students were selected to exhibit 84 works of art in all media. The exhibit seeks to explore topics in art education, such as our cognitive and emotional health, both our self and visual awareness, as well as, an appreciation of individual differences. Through April 11.
• “Important Women Artists of the 20th Century: A Spotlight Exhibit”: Mounted from the museum’s permanent collection, this spotlight exhibit of 17 works features important women artists of the 20th century. Through June 6.
• “Adam Grant: A Holocaust Remembrance”: This spotlight exhibit unveils three recent gifts to the museum by artist and Holocaust survivor Adam Grant. Through April 11.
• “Gabor Peterdi: The Early Works”: Hungarian-born Gabor Peterdi arrived in New York from Paris during the summer of 1939, fleeing the rise of the Nazis. Many of these never-before-seen etchings & drawings in this spotlight exhibit represent the artist’s feelings of escalating violence felt in Europe during World War II. Through April 11.
• “Prints & Drawings II: From the Permanent Collection”: This spotlight exhibit features 30 never-before-seen works ranging from representational to abstract from the museum’s permanent collection. Through Oct. 1.
• “Norman Rockwell: America’s Illustrator”: This large collection of limited edition signed and numbered collotypes and lithographs bring to life some of Rockwell’s most famous covers for the Saturday Evening Post. Through Oct. 1.
Hours are 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. Tuesdays through Fridays and 1 to 4 p.m. Saturdays and Sundays.
Admission is $10-$6; free for members.
For more information, call 574-293-6660 or visit midwestmuseum.org.