Museum Partners

Meet our Museum Partners!


Crystal Bridges Museum of American Art

Diego Rivera, The Flower Carrier, 1935 oil and tempera on masonite; 48 × 47 3/4 in. (121.92 × 121.29 cm) San Francisco Museum of Modern Art, Albert M. Bender Collection, gift of Albert M. Bender in memory of Caroline Walter © Banco de Mexico Diego Rivera & Frida Kahlo Museums Trust, Mexico, D.F. / Artists Rights Society (ARS), New York photograph: Katherine Du Tiel 

Maker Meet Ups: Second Tuesday of every month

The Museum of Native American History’s mission is to educate future generations about the lives of the First Americans. The museum provides a cultural hub to amplify the voices of their legacy.

Lone Dog Winter Count, Yanktonais Nakota, Bison hide and ink, 1800-1871


“The Etiquette of Courtship” guided tour gives visitors a glimpse into the process of courtship in the early 1900s. From the proliferation of women’s magazines that offered advice on courtship to the delicate arts of conversation and letter writing, visitors will gain insight into the etiquette of courtship of the American  Middle Class during this period. The exhibit includes several examples of early 1900s love songs, Valentine’s cards, a wedding announcement, and a 1908 wedding dress to illustrate the progression of a courtship from introductions, to courting, to engagement.

Shiloh Museum of Ozark History

Photo exhibit showcasing the beauty of the Buffalo National River and those who advocated for its preservation. The exhibit takes place on the fiftieth anniversary of the Buffalo’s national river designation and includes photos taken by Ken Smith during his 1965 exploration of the Buffalo River watershed.