General John S. Clark, Famous Auburnian Series
February 1 through April 19, 2013
Biographical exhibit on General John S. Clark, a man of his era. Civil War veteran, cartographer, ethnographer, and Auburn City Planner.
They Stood Up: Civil and Human Rights in the Finger Lakes
May 3 through September 20, 2013
Examines various civil and human rights movements in the region, ranging from abolition to bullying in today’s society.
Faces of Cayuga County: 1880-1920
October 4 through December 31, 2013
Photo exhibit featuring portraits and photographs by the county’s various photographers from the turn of the century.
What is now called Auburn Correctional Facility is the oldest continually-operating prison in the U.S. The history of the prison and the city that grew up around it cannot be separated. Through scores of photographs and artifacts, this exhibit tells the story of the most influential of all American prisons.
Growing out of 4th graders’ requests to see more about children in our museum,
this exhibit explores what’s changed and what remains the same in the ways in which we raise our children – care, education, work and more.
Case Research Lab
Theodore Case converted the green house on the family estate into the Case Research Lab in 1916. He then set out on a scientific journey that changed the way we see and hear the world. Come see how the CRL developed the first commercially successful system of sound on film.