Established in 1974 on the Wichita State University campus, the museum focuses on modern and contemporary art from the 20th- and 21st-century with a permanent collection of more than 6,300 works by such artists as Childe Hassam, Robert Motherwell, Andy Warhol, and Joan Mitchell. Major works of art are also situated outdoors throughout the 330-acre campus. The Martin H. Bush Outdoor Sculpture Collection showcases seventy-six monumental works including pieces by Andy Goldsworthy and Barbara Hepworth.
Surveys the profound impact of decades of political unrest and social upheaval on the people of Iran
Explore themes of memory and conventions of image making
A range of compositions from nature scenes to cityscapes
Multilayered histories of Wichita