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Results: 1-19 of 19.
Davis, California
Art, Culture, Specialized, University
The C.N. Gorman Museum is a portal for Indigenous and non-Indigenous visionaries. It is a space where perceptions of contemporary Native American, Indigenous, and First Nations art are intellectually recalibrated. Exhibiting artists challenge critical issues of borders, stereotypes, and identity by speaking eloquently through their artistic medium of choice.
Bryn Athyn, Pennsylvania
History, Historic House, University
Designed by the renowned architectural firm of Carrere and Hastings to be a home for the industrialist John Pitcairn and his young family, Cairnwood evokes the grandeur of the Gilded Age with its intimacy, beauty and elegance. Today, while it maintains the atmosphere of a private home, Cairnwood is a National Historic Landmark and is open to public, featuring guided tours, and special programs.
Lawton, Oklahoma
Art, University
Art Department exhibits various collections and student works. Call for details.
Moores Hill, Indiana
Culture, General, History, Historic House, Library, University
Moores Hill Male and Female Collegiate Institute was founded in 1854 by John Moore in the small town of Moores Hill in southeastern Indiana. The first college building at Moores Hill, Moore Hall, was completed on December 1, 1856, although the opening day of classes for the new college were held in the unfinished building on September 9th. It was renamed Moores Hill College in 1887.
Chapel Hill, North Carolina
Art, University
Main gallery in student union is l00 feet x 20 feet for changing exhibitions
Tallahassee, Florida
Children's, Culture, History, Historic House, Library, Specialized, University
The Meek-Eaton Southeastern Regional Black Archives Research Center and Museum is a specialty museum and archives which houses regalia and printed material relevant to the history of Africans and African Americans. Of particular interest are the collection, preservation, and dissemination of information significant to African Americans and their experiences and contributions in Florida and throughout the Southeastern United States.
Round Top, Texas
History, Historic House, Library, University
The Center's research collections date back to the opening of The University of Texas in 1883. As the University's holdings in Texas history grew, scholars urged their consolidation and special housing. In 1945, University regents created the Eugene C. Barker Texas History Center.
Tucson, Arizona
Art, Culture, History, Library, Science, University
The Center for Creative Photography is a research institution with a robust program of exhibitions and public lectures. It is the largest institution in the world devoted to documenting the history of North American photography. At the heart of the Center are the archives of over 200 photographers, scholars, galleries, and organizations, comprised of 4.5 million items, complemented by an unparalleled collection of over 90,000 fine prints.
Warrensburg, Missouri
Cincinnati, Ohio
History, Library, Natural History, Park, Science, Specialized, University
Located atop the rolling hills of Mt. Lookout, the Cincinnati Observatory is home to the world's oldest telescope still in use nightly by the general public. Two handsome National Historic Landmark buildings and the beautiful grounds provide a serene, park-like setting while still being centrally located in the city of Cincinnati.
Mississippi State, Mississippi
Culture, History, Science, University
The Lois Dowdle Cobb Museum of Archaeology serves to complement the research mission of the Cobb Institute by providing exhibits and related opportunities for outreach education for the university community and the general public. Its gallery principally displays artifacts related to the Native American cultures of the Southeastern United States and the civilizations of the ancient Middle East and Mediterranean regions.
Columbus, Georgia
Planetarium, Science, University
The Coca-Cola Space Science Center houses a Challenger Learning Center(for simulated space missions); the Omnisphere Theater, a 120 seat planetarium; and the Meade Observatory.
Cooperstown, New York

The Cooperstown Graduate Program -
Giving students the tools to make a difference

The Cooperstown Graduate Program (CGP) is the premiere program for the training of museum professionals in the United States. It is a unique public-private partnership between the State University of New York College at Oneonta, the degree granting institution, and the New York State Historical Association (NYSHA), the museum laboratory.

Winter Park, Florida
Art, Culture, University
Set on the Rollins College campus overlooking beautiful Lake Virginia, the Cornell Fine Arts Museum offers an intimate and unique experience in Winter Park. Among the more than 5,000 works ranging from antiquity to contemporary, we hold the only European Old Masters collection in the Orlando area, a sizable American art collection, and the forward-looking Alfond Collection of Contemporary Art, shown both at the museum and at The Alfond Inn a few blocks from campus.
Fullerton, California
General, History, University
California State University, Fullerton's University Archives and Special Collections Section is located on the third floor of University Library-South in Room PLS-352. This section operates as a closed stacks, controlled rare book reading room. Secialized materials do not circulate and must be used in the reading room, but a photocopier is available on site. Staff is available to answers questions and assist with research.
Sacramento, California
CSUS University Union Exhibit Lounge in Sacramento, CA is one of more than 15,400 museums in the MuseumsUSA directory. Find an exciting museum to visit where you live or vacation today.
Boulder, Colorado
Art, Culture, University
Boulder, Colorado
Culture, History, University
Not long after its completion in April 1876, the University of Colorado's Main Building was described as "an imposing structure...Its head above a barren and wind-swept plain...A monument of patience, looking down upon the frontier village...Removed from any sidewalk by nearly a mile of mud." Known since the 1890's as "Old Main," the building housed the entire University for eight years, including President Sewall and his family, the janitor, the library and all the classrooms.
Boulder, Colorado
Art, Culture, University
Construction is underway on the new Visual Arts Complex (VAC), which will synthesize art, history, and high technology to create a new hub for creative expression. Scheduled to open in 2009-10, the complex will be home of the CU Art Museum and the Department of Art and Art History, a cross-disciplinary program ranked among the finest in the nation.
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Lincolnwood, Illinois
Luci Creative develops, designs, and implements compelling exhibits and spaces for museums, cultural institutions, and corporations around the world. more...
Museum Conferences
Wed, July 22 - Sat, July 25, 2020
Hyatt Regency Milwaukee
Milwaukee, Wisconsin
Tue, September 1 - Wed, September 30, 2020
Miami, Florida
Wed, September 16 - Fri, September 18, 2020
Oklahoma City, Oklahoma
Mon, November 30 - Wed, December 2, 2020
Renaissance Hotel, Downtown Washington, DC
Washington, District of Columbia
Recent Updates
Quanah Parker Star House
Cache, Oklahoma
Texas Wendish Museum
Giddings, Texas
Stevens Memorial Museum
Salem, Indiana
Museum Vendors
Chick Russell & Company
South Pasadena, California
Howard+Revis Design
Washington, District of Columbia
Stories USA, Inc.
Ellicott City, Maryland
Museum Associations
Florida Association of Museums
Tallahassee, Florida