Roger Shimomura, Yellow No Same #11 (detail), 1992, lithograph. Mulvane Art Museum permanent collection.

 

If education is the heart of the Mulvane Art Museum, exhibitions are its lifeblood. Visit our galleries to be challenged, educated, and inspired. You can also explore virtual exhibitions from the permanent collection.

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On the Outside Looking In?


Location: Main Level Galleries

Coming August 2024: A photography exhibition curated by Prof. Rik Hine that explores how we think of "insiders" and "outsiders."
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Endangered Art: Reclaiming a Legacy


Location: Upper Level Galleries

Coming July 2024: Paintings that have been conserved through the Mulvane's Endangered Art program.
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wilks

In This Place: American Dreams


Location: Upper Level Galleries

Coming July 2024: Works that evoke aspirations for the United States and reference its realities.
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huntoon

100 Years | Washburn Alumni


Location: Main Level Galleries

Coming July 2024: An exhibition highlighting the contributions of Washburn alumni to American art.
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Women of Abstract Expressionism


Location: Rita Blitt Gallery

Coming August 2024: 20th-century paintings by women who contributed to the development of Abstract Expressionism.
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Powerful women

Women of Power


Location: Not on view

Organized by the Mulvane Art Museum, this exhibition of works by Brian Lanker and John Sebelius is available to travel.
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