Celebrate the voyage of Museum founder William Slater and his family as they traveled ‘round the world on their private yacht in 1894/95.
Revealing CT’s rich history as the home of a skilled and diverse community of artists, including the works of Ozias Dodge, Milton Bellin and Charlotte Fuller Eastman.
This gallery is currently closed for re-installation and will re-open on March 15, 2020. This project is made possible by a grant from CT Humanities. Learn more about the gallery here
Representing the broad scope of Africa’s art-producing regions through objects from across the continent, this exhibit features carvings, basketry, ceremonial masks, weaponry and leather work.
Tying together art and industry in Norwich during its most successful era. The images displayed here are as fascinating as the lives of the artists who created them.
Telling the story of 3 centuries of life in the Rose City through fine and decorative art, household and industrial objects, archaeological artifacts and documents, this gallery interprets every aspect of the region’s history.