Nicole Ackman

The Harry S. Truman Presidential Library and Museum

The Harry S. Truman Presidential Library and Museum just got a major $29 million dollar facelift and, after two years, is finally reopening for business. As of today, visitors will be able to revisit...

Woodrow Wilson Presidential Library and Museum

Normally, Woodrow Wilson Museum Curator Andrew Phillips would have a pair of gloves on, handling a delicate artifact that dates back decades or even centuries.  This time, he was holding items he didn’t expect to sit...

Seattle Art Museum

A new exhibition at Seattle Art Museum offers a unique perspective on one of history’s most famous painters. Monet at Étretat focuses on two brief periods in Claude Monet’s epic career, when he visited the...

Museum of Contemporary Art

As of July 1, the Museum of Contemporary Art (MOCA) will finally reopen to the public. While many LA museums have been up and running again since April, MOCA only reopened half of their...

The Metropolitan Museum of Art

From the 1920s to the 1950s, women transformed the art—and industry—of photography. A new exhibit at the Metropolitan Museum of Art shows exactly how these pioneering photographers did that. “The New Woman Behind the...

Jordan Schnitzer Museum of Art

The Jordan Schnitzer Museum of Art is launching a group exhibition this month in the Arlene Schnitzer Gallery featuring artwork generated by recipients of the museum’s Black Lives Artist Grant Program awards. Focusing on...

Ballard Institute & Museum of Puppetry

Regular visitors to the Ballard Institute & Museum of Puppetry (BIMP), its Forum Series and Puppet Slams conducted with the UConn Puppet Arts Program understand the deep history of puppetry as a centuries-old form...

Kentucky Museum

Whitework: Women Stitching Identity, exhibited at the Kentucky Museum, combines American history with quilts, an art that was typically overlooked during the late 18th to mid 19th centuries. The exhibit will be open until Nov....

Virginia Museum of History and Culture

Virginia Museum of History and Culture (VMHC) is reopening a portion of the museum, including a new exhibit, July 1. By partnering with the Black History Museum and Cultural Center of Virginia (BHMVA), the VMHC has...

Oceanside Museum of Art

What a difference a pandemic makes. For a collective of women artists who in 2019 began planning a group exhibition of their new works, it changed almost everything.  Julia C R Gray of Twenty...

African American Museum of Dallas

A new exhibition in Dallas highlights significant African American men who are icons in the country’s historical and cultural landscape. “Men of Change: Power, Triumph, Truth” opens Saturday, June 26 at the African American...

Sequoyah’s Cabin Museum

Sequoyah’s Cabin Museum has opened a new exhibit, “Sequoyah’s Last Journey,” at the historic landmark near Sallisaw. The exhibit offers a closer look at Cherokee migration in pre-statehood Texas, as well as later attempts by individuals to discover...

Avoca Museum

In July, the Avoca Museum in Altavista is set to open its newest exhibit on the property, paying tribute to the passion of one of its former residents for Native American artifacts. “Points in...

Icebreaker Mackinaw Maritime Museum

Last weekend, a ribbon cutting ceremony was hosted on board the United States Coast Guard Cutter Mackinaw Maritime Museum in Mackinaw City to honor the women who helped construct the vessel and many others....

Interview with Bill McCrea, Tryon Palace

William J. McCrea was appointed Executive Director of Tryon Palace in January of 2018, after serving as Associate Director of the North Carolina Museum of History and Director of Regional Museums.  He joined the...

Tubman Museum

A new exhibit at Macon’s Tubman Museum takes a closer look at how the HIV/AIDS epidemic has affected African-Americans. In partnership with Georgia Equality, the Tubman is featuring a new photography exhibit named ‘African...