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Art, History, University
The permanent collections include art by Dorothy Gillespie, works from the Betty Parsons Foundation and Huichol Yarn Paintings. The museum presents nearly 30 exhibitions a year in several galleries.
Natural History, Science, Specialized, University
The MES will continue to grow as a regional teaching resource for all students and faculty in the earth sciences. Expansion of space will be desired.
Culture, History, University
A general history museum of nearly 10,000 items, mostly from the collection of Brethren Minister, Reuel B. Pritchett of Tennessee.
San Bernardino, California
Art, Culture, History, Library, University
The Robert and Frances Fullerton Museum of Art has accumulated a collection of close to 1,200 objects focusing on ceramics, ancient and contemporary art; the largest of which includes some 500 pieces encompassing over 4,000 years of Egyptian history. With nearly 7,500 square feet of gallery space, a portion of the museum's permanent collection is on continuous display as well as a dynamic schedule of visiting exhibitions.
Cape Girardeau, Missouri
Archaeology, Art, Culture, History, University
The Rosemary Berkel and Harry L. Crisp II Southeast Missouri Regional Museum is on the River Campus of Southeast Missouri State University in Cape Girardeau, Missouri. This includes a history gallery, art gallery, video theatre and classroom. The Crisp Museum also has a large outreach service area covering 25 counties of Southeast Missouri, with a 38-foot walk through vehicle that has rotating exhibits.
Clemson, South Carolina
The Ruth Funk Center for Textile Arts preserves and displays an international collection of textiles through rotating public exhibitions and educational programs. Highlighting the collection are traditional handmade textiles, embroidery, garments and related accessories from Africa, Japan, India and Central Asia; European and North American embroidery and samplers from the 16th through the 20th centuries; and contemporary wearable art and fiber arts.