The exhibit held in the International Guest House is part of a traveling series that will show the power of freedom stories, artistic achievement and cultural expression.
The first major exhibition devoted to exploring the way in which American artists reacted to the First World War in Fisher Brooks Gallery, Samuel M.V. Hamilton Building.
Based on the blockbuster film, the exhibition immerses the audiences in a world of dinosaurs with interactive events.
Bundle up and enjoy rooftop drinking in a wintertime bubble tent. Tents are available on a first-come first-serve basis.
Focuses on sculptural work created by witnessing a loved one's dementia and its impact.
Exhibit explores the animal powers of comic book superheroes and supervillains, and incorporates art pieces and historical artifacts to illustrate how characters influenced history and pop culture.
Exhibition examines 24 poems in various drafts with corresponding audio stops.
Families explore familiar faces and sights from popular children's show. Ages 2-7
Colorful works are paired with some of RPM’s scientific collection as well as cultural artifacts from ancient Egypt and South America decorated with insects.
Kids and families can explore each area of the exhibit and build and test speed machines using Hot Wheels.
Features more than 4,500 vibrant orchids.
Sculpture by Lisa Fedon. Artist reception: March 24, 5 p.m.
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