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Yakima, Washington
Art, Culture, History, University
Larson Gallery is Central Washington's oldest and most progressive gallery with monthly exhibitions including juried, curated and invitational shows featuring national, regional, and local artists and a small permanent collection.
Joliet, Illinois
Art, Culture, General, History, University
Lexington, Virginia
History, University
The museum relates the history of Washington and Lee University, emphasizing its ties to George Washington and Robert E. Lee and their relationship to each other.
Union, New Jersey
General, History, Historic House, University
Welcome to Liberty Hall Museum at Kean University, home of New Jersey’s first elected governor and signer of the Constitution, William Livingston. Built in 1772, on the eve of the American Revolution, Liberty Hall has been a silent witness to more than 200 years of American history.
Neosho, Missouri
University
Coral Gables, Florida
Art, University
Opened in 1952, the Lowe Art Museum is Miami-Dade’s oldest art museum. With nearly 19,0000 objects, it the region’s most comprehensive collection of western and non-western art from ancient to contemporary: Italian Renaissance & Baroque; Greco-Roman antiquities; 17th-21st century art of the Americas and Europe; art of Africa, Asia, Native and Ancient America, and Art of the Pacific. The Myrna and Sheldon Palley Pavilion for Contemporary Glass and Studio Arts opened in May, 2008.
Wichita, Kansas
Anthropology, Archaeology, Science, University
The Lowell D. Holmes Museum of Anthropology is located in Neff Hall on the Campus of Wichita State University. The museum has two main functions; to support the educational mission of the Department of Anthropology and Wichita State University and to be a teaching museum operated by students enrolled in the university's Museum Studies Program. This program gives potential museum professionals hands-on experience in museum administration, operations, and exhibitions.
Chicago, Illinois
Art, Culture, History, Library, University
The Museum interprets and displays the University’s medieval, Renaissance, and Baroque collection, known as the Martin D’Arcy Collection, other museum permanent collections, and rotating exhibitions.
Baton Rouge, Louisiana
Art, Culture, University
The LSU Museum of Art is a dynamic venue located on the fifth floor of the Shaw Center for the Arts in downtown Baton Rouge. In addition to holding one of the largest university-affiliated art collections in the South, the museum presents world-class touring exhibitions of regional, American, and European painting, sculpture, decorative arts, works on paper, and photography.
Decorah, Iowa
Anthropology, Archaeology, Culture, History, Library, University
Luther College is the home of five distinct collections which provide students and faculty with access to original materials for instructional and research purposes. Together, the Luther College Archives, Anthropology Collections, Fine Arts Collection, Geology Collection, and the Hoslett Museum of Natural History contain well over a million items, ranging from rare eggs to fine art, ancient fossils to arrowheads, and insects to college memorabilia.
Decorah, Iowa
Art, Culture, Library, University
The Luther College Fine Arts Collection presents fine art works to students and the larger community. While many of the artists represented in the Collection originated from the upper midwest, exemplified by College Artist Orville Running, most notable works were created by artists outside that area. Collection concentrations include works by California potter Marguerite Wildenhain; German Expressionist Gerhard Marcks, and New York artist Frans Wildenhain.
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