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Located at the corner of Hamilton and George Street in New Brunswick, the Zimmerli Art Museum is one of the country's largest university art museums. The Zimmerli museum contains art ranging over many historical styles and geographic regions. It has holdings in Western art from the Renaissance to the present, with in-depth collections of 19th and 20th French century graphic arts such as prints, posters, illustrated books and drawings. Other collections include those of European and American painting sculpture, printmaking and the graphic arts, Modernism, the Norton and Nancy Dodge Collection of Nonconformist Art from the Soviet Union (the largest and most important collection of its kind), Japonisme, and Original Illustrations for Children's Literature, among others. In addition to permanent installations, temporary exhibitions are regularly scheduled. To view those presently on view and those forthcoming, please visit their website.

The Zimmerli offers a wide selection of educational and cultural programs for all ages, including concerts, gallery talks and lectures. There are regularly scheduled art workshops and other family activities. The Museum also contains a learning center, a museum gift shop and the Northstar Cafe at the Zimmerli.
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