Washburn University of Topeka – Mulvane Art Museum

Washburn University of Topeka, 17th and Jewell Streets, Topeka, KS 66621-1150 Tel: (913) 231-1010 Ext: 1324 Fax: (913) 234-2703

Internet Address: www.washburn.edu/cas/music/mulvane.html Director: Robert T. Soppelsa, Ph.D.

Admission: voluntary contribution.

Attendance: 12,000 Established: 1922 Membership: Y ADA Compliant: Y Parking: free across from museum.

Open: September to mid-May,

Tuesday to Wednesday, 10am-7pm: Thursday to Friday, 10am-4pm;

Saturday to Sunday. lpm-4pm. mid-May to August,

Tuesday to Friday, 10am-4pm; Saturday to Sunday, lpm-4pm.

Closed: Academic Holidays. Exhibit Installation.

Washburn University of Topeka – Mulvane Art Museum Photo Gallery




Facilities: Fine Arts Library; Food Services Cafe; Print Study Room: Shop.

Activities: Art Classes (K-adult); Arts Festival; Concerts; Gallery Talks; Guided Tours: Lectures; Readings.

Publications: brochures; exhibition catalogues; newsletter.

The Museum mounts ten to twelve temporary exhibitions per year and has a permanent collection of classical art, modern European art, Kansas-related art, and prints and drawings.

Tim Mather, Covered -Jar, stoneware, 14) inches (h) x 13 1/8 inches (w). Collection of and photograph courtesy of Topeka and Shawnee County Public Library, Topeka, Kansas.

Wamego The Columbian Theatre, Museum and Art Center

521 Lincoln. Wamego, KS 66547 Tel: (913) 456-2029 Fax: 1913) 456-9498

Co-Directors: Barb Hopper/Scott Kickhoefer

Admission: Exhibit requested donation: adult-$3.00. child-free.

Theatre fee: adult-$15.00, child-$8.00.

Attendance: 50,000 Established: 1990 Membership: Y ADA Compliant: Y Open: Tuesday to Saturday, 10am-5pm; Sunday. lpm-5pm.

(Call for times and reservations for dinner and theatre productions.)

Closed: Easter, Thanksgiving Day, Christmas Day.

Facilities: Exhibition Area.

Activities: Dinner Theatre; Permanent Exhibits. Rotating Exhibits.

The Columbian Theatre was built in 1895 to display six murals depicting the promise and wrealth of the United States that were created for the 1893 Chicago Worlds Fair by German artist E. Theodore Behr. The Museum mounts temporary exhibitions.

Wichita Indian Center Museum

650 N Seneca, Wichita, KS 67203 Tell (316) 262-5221 Fax: (316) 262-4216 Exec. Director: Mr. -Jerry P. Martin Admission: fee: adult-$2.00, child-Sl.00.

Attendance: 70,000 Established: 1975 Membership: Y ADA Compliant: Y Parking: free on site.

Open: -January to March.

Tuesday to Saturday. 10am-5pm: Sunday, lpm-5pm.

Api il to December,

Monday to Saturday, 10am-5pm; Sunday, lpm-5pm.

Closed: New Years Eve to New Year’s Day. Easter,

Thanksgiving Day Christmas Day.

Facilities: Exhibition Area. Library (1.250 volumes, non-circulating): Rental Gallery; Shop. Blackbear Bosm. Keeper of the

Activities: Gallery Talks: Guided Tours; Lectures; Permanent Museum.

Exhibits Temporary Exhibitions: Traveling Exhibitions. Photograph courtesy of Indian

Publications: The Keeper of the Plains’-. Center Museum, Wichita, Kansas.

The Indian Center Museum, located at the Mid-America All-Indian Center, pieseives and showcases the heritage of the Native American tribes of North America. Permanent and rotating exhinits of both traditional artifacts and contemporary art depict the Native American cultures of the past and present.

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