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  • Highlights


    New Acquisitions and Gallery Expansion Announced

    Huntington acquires new sculpture and paintings to fill gaps in American collection; announces further expansion of American art galleries...

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    East Asian Garden Lecture | May 19

    About Meaningful Gardens in Korea

    The garden culture of Korea still remains unfamiliar in the West. Gert Gröning, professor of urban horticulture and landscape architecture, explores the gardens of South Korea in this free lecture....

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    VERSO | The Blog

    Peggy Bernal’s True Calling

    There are jobs, and then there are callings. Most of us have at least a passing acquaintance with the former; we take a job because we need a paycheck, and we move along without regret...

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    Please Don't Approach the Geese

    For our visitors' safety (and the safety of our feathered friends) if you see goslings, please don't disturb them, and give them plenty of space as their protective parents can become quite aggressive...

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    Gallery Temporarily Closed

    A portion of the Scott Gallery is currently closed for re-installation reopening in Spring 2016. Highlights from the American art collections will be on view in the Boone Gallery in early October.

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    Water Conservation

    The Huntington in action: what we're doing to reduce water consumption and improve efficiency...

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About The Huntington

The Huntington Library, Art Collections, and Botanical Gardens is a collections-based research and educational institution established in 1919 by Henry E. and Arabella Huntington. Henry Huntington, a key figure in the...

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