Museum at Home: Digital Programming


We are open to the public again!

We are so excited to be back in the Museum, but don’t think that we are ending our Museum in Exile digital exhibition program! Instead, we will continue our weekly programming under the new name, Museum at Home! Look forward to so much more this year and we hope to see you soon!

Want to visit us in person? Click HERE to Check Out Our New Opening Procedures.


Schedule:

Museum at Home will be shared once a month on our webpage, and on our Social Media every Week!

Follow us on Facebook, Instagram, and Twitter to Keep Up With Our Digital Content!


Click the Image Below to Learn More About the work of Amy Sherald, one of the artists celebrated in Victoria Fitzgerald’s Separation of Art with a Capital “A”!

Look to this page for any updates and interactive programs
that we will be introducing through this new initiative!


Quality content like our “Museum at Home” programming is only possible if we can sustain the staff who research and write our content. Make a contribution to your community museum,
and help us keep you engaged with your history and art in this difficult time

Donate Here

We are actively collecting your stories to create a contemporary historical record of our community’s experience in this time!

Click HERE to Share Your Accounts With Us!


Need a distraction?

Explore our Games and Activities page!


For updates on upcoming digital programming, check out our events calendar


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