We are announcing two brand new exhibits opening on Saturday, June 12. The main museum building, located in the historic Willard-Case Mansion, will be closed until June 12 so staff can complete the new exhibit installation. Visitors may still reserve a tour of the Case Research Laboratory during that time.
The first exhibit, Flashbulb: Experiencing Memory, is an immersive experience that will take you back in time through decades of living memory. Learn more about this exhibit here: http://cayugamuseum.org/the-memory-project/
Visitors will also welcome back the CNY Emerging Artist project for the first time since 2019. Throughout the summer, artist Terry Plater will feature her show Harriet’s Legacy in the Cayuga Museum and the Schweinfurth Art Center. To learn more about her installation, you can visit the museum webpage here: http://cayugamuseum.org/harriets-legacy/
Harriet’s Legacy will be on display from June 12-August 7. Flashbulb: Experiencing Memory will be on display from June 12- November 13. Guests can make reservations to visit the museum at http://cayugamuseum.org/visit-us/ or by contacting Geoff Starks at email@example.com or 315-253-8051.