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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....

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...

Moab Museum

Visitors will find a brighter, more spacious exhibit space at Moab Museum, which reopened to the public on June 1 after being closed for nearly three years – first for renovations, then because of...

The Old Stone House Museum and Historic Village

The Old Stone House Museum and Historic Village unveiled a new exhibit on Juneteenth in honor of the first Black man elected to the Vermont Legislature. Alexander Twilight was born in Bradford to a...

Bruce Museum

Live animals, diorama displays and works from native artists will welcome visitors to the Bruce Museum in this summer’s exhibition “The Amazon Rainforest: Beauty • Destruction • Hope,” which opens to the public on...

Figge Art Museum

Artist Lesley Dill, a renowned New York-based artist, brings historical and literary figures from America’s past to life in a new exhibition curated by the Figge Art Museum, Davenport. “Lesley Dill, Wilderness: Light Sizzles...

Children’s Museum of Southern Minnesota

When the Children’s Museum of Southern Minnesota was still in its early stages, its director at the time sought out Glenn Wasicuna for his thoughts on how the Dakota people could be represented in...

Charlotte Museum of History

In 1903, the Mecklenburg County school board purchased an acre of land in east Charlotte for a mere $10. Today, the Siloam School — the building that was constructed on that land in 1920...

The National Quilt Museum

A new exhibit at Paducah’s National Quilt Museum is aimed at provoking reflection on the tough times that the world has been through with COVID-19, bringing together pandemic-related pieces created since last March to...