The Ontological Museum - Est. 1996 is
currently located in Fort Worth, Texas.
admission cost is $15.00. Free admission for contributors to the
museum, museum members,
members, members of the International Post Dogmatist Group and
The museum's mailing address is:
6955 Pinon Street
Fort Worth, Texas 76116
MUSEUM TELEPHONE NUMBER: 817-944-4000
The Museum's central venue
has been the internet websites which we have and will continue to
and we expect to maintain this focus because the internet provides an
and low cost platform to presenting the museum's collection and advance
programs which are oriented toward the specific arts communities it is
to serve namely the community of contemporary artists and art groups
museum maintains contact with - Post-Dogmatists, The Massurrealist
Society, The FluxNexus, The Neoist Society, etc.. While it is
impossible to be
inclusive, the Museum staff strives to avoid any attitudes of
and maintains an open door, open arms and open mind policy.
We will continue to grow and expand and plan for the
to create a special and exciting collection of contemporary art and to
document as much as we are able
with the help of
the community we aim to serve.
We invite you to join in and contribute
to the museum through initiating projects which can be archived
on the museum's website. Documentory projects especially are welcome.
The museum relies
completely on its membership for funding. To contribute and become a
member please see this page
We encourage visitors to take
photographs in the Museum for their personal enjoyment. To protect the
objects being photographed, the copyright privileges of their creators,
and the safety of our visitors, however, there are certain restrictions
on taking photographs in the Museum.
Flashes and tripods, as
well as movie and video cameras are prohibited.
Still photography of the permanent collection,
in existing light and without flash, is permitted on the condition that
the photographs are solely for personal, non-commercial use.
may not be published, sold, reproduced, transferred, distributed or
otherwise commercially exploited in any manner whatsoever. The Museum
reserves the right, at its sole discretion, to withhold and/or withdraw
permission to photograph on its premises or to reproduce photographs of
objects in its collection.
If you are interested in obtaining
a publication-quality photograph of an object in our collection, either
for publication or study purposes, please contact the Museum's
Registration Department by e-mailing firstname.lastname@example.org.
Members of the
press should contact the Museum's Public Information Officer at the
same email address for their photographic needs.