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Harrisonburg, Virginia
History, Nature Centers, Science, University
The D. Ralph Hostetter Museum of Natural History, was established in 1968. It is available free to the public on select Sundays. It houses more than 6,000 items, including anthropology artifacts; botanical specimens; fossils; marine life; minerals; crystals and gems; rocks, fluorescent rocks and minerals. It also has mounted heads of American and African game mammals; East African birds; Virginia birds, nests and eggs; Virginia and international insects.
Lynchburg, Virginia
Art, University
The art gallery at Lynchburg College is dedicated in memory of Pierre and Louise Blair Daura. The gallery houses a collection of works by Daura and many other works by American and Virginia artists totaling over 1,000 paintings, drawings, and sculptures. Changing exhibitions draw from the collections and other sources.
Middletown, Connecticut
Art, University
The Davison Art Center holds approximately 18,000 prints and 6,000 photographs in one of the foremost collections of prints and photographs at a U.S. college or university. The collection is intensively used for teaching and learning by Wesleyan classes, faculty, and individual students. During the academic year, the DAC presents gallery exhibitions open to the public.
Santa Clara, California
University
The de Saisset Museum's permanent collection features prints, sculpture and contemporary art, as well as an extensive California history collection. Temporary exhibitions of culturally relevant and traditional art, in addition to films.
Phoenix, Arizona
Anthropology, Archaeology, Botanical Garden, Culture, Nature Centers, Park, University
Deer Valley Rock Art Center is an archaeology museum and 47-acre Sonoran Desert preserve. Voted a Phoenix Point of Pride and listed on the National Register of Historic Places, the Center has the largest concentration of Native American petroglyphs in the Phoenix Valley. Visitors hike a handicap accessible quarter-mile trail to view over 1,500 carved symbols on rock made between 500 and 7,000 years ago.
Granville, Ohio
Art, Culture, History, University
The Denison Museum in Burke Hall houses the collections and exhibition spaces of Denison University. The collections comprise nearly 8,000 objects from Asia, Africa, Europe, and North and Central America. The display spaces are not only used to showcase the permanent collection, but are also devoted to the presentation of a wide variety of exhibitions. The work of senior art majors is presented at the end of each season.
Berkeley, California
Anthropology, Archaeology, Art, Culture, History, Library, Specialized, University
The Museum Studies program at John F. Kennedy University is one of the nation’s most recognized museum studies programs and is committed to preparing museum professionals to meet the demands of an increasingly complex profession. Today’s museum professionals must have the knowledge and skills to serve diverse audiences, create collaborative partnerships with communities, design innovative exhibitions and programs, and develop a sustainable financial base of support.
Chicago, Illinois
Art, University
Washington, District of Columbia
University
Beaumont, Texas
Art, University
The Dishman Art Gallery is a teaching facility in the Art Department at Lamar University, Beaumont, Texas. Exhibitions change monthly. The gallery features one-person exhibition of contemporary artists, group exhibitions of contemporary artists, Art Department faculty shows, graduating senior shows, a national competition (The Dishman Competition), artist-in-residency, Grand Bal (annual art auction), and High School Scholarship exhibitions.
Greeneville, Tennessee
General, History, Historic House, Historical Society, Library, University
The museum uses its collections and resources to promote the study and research of history, education, religion, and cultural heritage of the people of Northeast Tennessee and the state. 10,000 children and adults participate in the educational programs available at the Doak House Museum.
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