Snapshots: Memories and Community at Tacoma Art Museum
January 25 – May 3, 2003
Snapshots revisited the places, events, people, and objects that have shaped Tacoma Art Museum. From its humble origins in the “Tower” in Jones Hall on the campus of the College of Puget Sound in 1935, Tacoma Art Museum has grown into one of the leading art institutions in the Northwest. This exhibition commemorated the museum’s growth and successes through photographs, newspaper clippings, and important acquisitions, includingThe Two Sisters by Pierre Auguste Renoir and The Immigrant by George Luks.