The holdings of the Sandzén Archives illuminate Birger Sandzén's art, his life and times; the Swedish immigrant experience over several generations; and such specific cultural history as American and European reactions to the political situation in Europe in the 1930s. These holdings will interest not only artists and art historians but also, among others, cultural historians and family sociologists.
Art, Cemetery, Children's, Church, General, Historic House, Historical Society, Library, Military, Nature Centers, Science
Please visit the Cloud County Historical Society Museum interactive website. We are in the process of adding more and more content every day, so check back in the coming weeks for updates.
Art, Culture, History, Library, Specialized
The William J. Marra Museum of Deaf History and Deaf Culture is housed in the building of the Deaf Cultural Center. The museum is filled with interactive displays, captioned videos and artifacts related to being Deaf in America. Included in the exhibits is a demonstration room, Living By the Eye, that showcases visual signaling devices; videos of signed "oral" histories from Deaf community members; and beautiful examples of De'VIA (Deaf View Image Art) by Deaf artists from across the country.
Archaeology, Art, Culture, History
The Indian Center Museum preserves and showcases the heritage of the Native American Tribes of North America. Exhibits of traditional artifacts and contemporary art depict the Native American cultures of the past and present.
Art, Culture, Specialized
Located in Montezuma, Kansas, the Stauth Memorial Museum features the travel adventures of Claude and Donalda Stauth, long-time residents of southwest Kansas. Journey with the Stauth’s as you stroll through the permanent exhibit Around the World. The Stauth's traveled to 95 countries on six continents and collected many artifacts along the way. Not just your everyday souvenirs, but indigenous art and musical instruments, costumes, animal statues and tribal hunting weapons.
The Ulrich Museum of Art, located on the campus of Wichita State University in Wichita, Kansas, acts as a catalyst and cultural center for the art of our time. Offering direct encounters with modern and contemporary art and dynamic public programs, the museum explores questions that shape our world and its diversity.