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

 

If education is the heart of the Mulvane Art Museum, exhibitions are its life-blood.  They challenge, inspire, open minds, ignite ideas, and speak to us about the human endeavor.  Every artist and every exhibition has a voice.  All we need do is make an effort to listen.

Steven Spencer, untitled, photograph

Gradient | 4 Photographers

Date: Thu 10/24/19 10:00AM - Sat 01/25/20 4:00PM
Location: Main Level

Artists Greg Booker, Michael Dickey, Steven Spencer, and Gwen Walstrand bear witness to time's 'relentless melt' and the ways in which the photograph can enlarge our world. They explore the cultural and social landscape, contributing to a dialogue that is shaped by the visual code of the photograph. Image: S. Spencer, untitled, detail.
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Takamori, Akio, Sitting Monkey, lithograph, 2011, MAM permanent collection

100 minus 5: Variations in the Art of Printmaking

Date: Fri 07/05/19 10:00AM - Fri 01/17/20 5:00PM
Location: 2nd Level North Gallery

The count-down to the 100th anniversary of the Mulvane Art Museum has begun. Leading up to the 100-year celebration in 2024, the Mulvane will highlight the art collection through changing annual exhibitions titled 100 minus. These exhibitions honor the artists, the art and those who have supported the Mulvane Art Museum over the course of a century.
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David Johnson, Catskill Mountains, 1848, oil on panel, MAM permanent collection

Endangered Art: A Reprise

Date: Fri 07/05/19 10:00AM - Sat 01/11/20 5:00PM
Location: 2nd Level South Gallery

Endangered Art: A Reprise features artworks not included in the premiere exhibition (Endangered Art 2018), that require conservation. Further, the exhibition demonstrates the dramatic transformation of our recently conserved paintings, incorporating behind the scenes documentation of the conservation process, and presenting new research.
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julia pershall, self portrait with horse skull, oil on canvas

2020 Washburn Art Students' Exhibition

Date: Fri 04/17/20 10:00AM - Sat 05/16/20 4:00PM
Location: Main Level: North and South Galleries

A juried exhibition that is an opportunity for the public to experience the remarkable creativity, skill and intellect of Washburn art students. Please join us for the Opening Reception on April 17th, from 5 to 7 pm. Opening remarks will begin at 6pm. Image: Julia Pershall, Self Portrait with Horse Skull, detail, oil on canvas, 2018.
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Rosa Parks, black and white photo by brian lankerMAM permanent collection

I Dream A World: Portraits of Black Women Who Changed America

Date: Fri 02/14/20 10:00AM - Sat 06/13/20 5:00PM
Location: 2nd Level North and South Gallery

This exhibition includes a collection of 75 photographs by Pulitzer Prize winning photographer Brian Lanker accompanied by compelling interviews conducted by Lanker when the photos were taken. The project is a profound look at some of the most historically and socially influential women of the 20th century. Image: Rosa Parks, photograph, 1987.
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