Housed in a renovated 1911 Post Office building, the museum's permanent collection contains over 6,000 works reflecting nearly 200 years of history with a focus on the work of artists who were born, lived, trained, or worked in Nebraska or who created artworks that reflect the culture of Nebraska.
Works give an intimate glimpse into people’s lives
How artists make a visual record of the people, places, and events of their time and place
Works that celebrate the season of winter
Juxtaposes the flora and fauna of Nebraska and Japan
Explores the emotive power of color
Explores how people clothe, embellish, or alter their appearances