This exhibition explores marketing and advertising design of the company Huyler’s Chocolates from 1874-1925.
This exhibition will present a diverse collection of masks from the Museum’s permanent collection from numerous countries, including Mexico, Japan, Indonesia and Nigeria.
This unique surfboard exhibition will explore board design from a previously unexamined perspective: in the context of Soetsu Yanagi’s mingei philosophy of the importance of craft.
This new exhibition presents an inspiring retrospective on the careers to these two esteemed American artists, Bob Stocksdale and Kay Sekimachi.
This exhibition will highlight Kendrick Kellogg, James Hubbell, and Wallace Cunningham’s architecture and design creations.
BLACK DOLLS presents over 100 unique handmade African-American dolls made between 1860 and 1930.
The exhibition will feature masterpieces in a variety of forms including textiles and needlework, ceramics, sculptural and carved figures, drawings, paintings, furniture, and much more, dating from the 18th century to the present.