For Visitors – Clyfford Still Museum

For Visitors


The interactive timeline at CSM. Image courtesy Belle & Wissell, Co.

Things to know when you visit

  • Please refrain from touching artwork, and stand at least three feet (one meter) away from artwork at all times.
  • Photography for personal, noncommercial use is allowed in the galleries. Video recordings are permitted only on mobile phones or similarly small recording devices. The use of flash and tripods are not permitted. Review our complete Photo Policy. Apply for a Photo/Video Pass.
  • Free lockers are available to stow bags more than 11 inches by 14 inches.
  • Food and drink are not permitted in the Museum.
  • Sketching in notebooks is permitted in the galleries with pencil only.
  • Breastfeeding and bottle feeding are permitted throughout the Museum, including in our galleries. Bottles should remain under the control of an adult in the gallery spaces. “Sippy cups” and solid food are not allowed in the galleries even if administered by an adult.

Onsite Learning Tools

The Clyfford Still Museum offers a number of interactive technologies to explore the life and work of Clyfford Still.

Digital Timeline
A unique multi-user touch exhibition chronicles major developments in popular culture, history, and art history against the lifetime of Clyfford Still, from 1904-1980.

Videos are available throughout the Museum and illuminate key questions concerning Clyfford Still’s life and work with commentary from artists, curators, and historians. Watch on YouTube.

Boettcher Foundation Education Gallery
A place to pause and reflect, the Boettcher Foundation Education Gallery contains books, exhibition catalogues, and short videos concerning the art and life of Clyfford Still, as well as his Abstract Expressionist contemporaries. In addition, the gallery includes The Making Space, a hands-on creation studio available for adults and children to experiment with a variety of art materials.

Downloadable Guides

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