The Dennos Museum Center at Northwestern Michigan College is a premier cultural facility in northern Michigan offering a dynamic array of exhibitions and programs in the visual arts, sciences and performing arts. Opened in 1991, the Museum Center features three changing exhibit galleries and a sculpture court; a unique hands-on Discovery Gallery and a renowned Inuit Art Gallery; and the acoustic delight of Milliken Auditorium.
The Museum's signature collection is Inuit art of the Canadian Arctic, one of the largest and most historically complete collections of these distinctive sculptures and prints in the United States. A significant collection of outdoor sculptures by noted international and Michigan artist surrounds the Museum on the beautiful campus of Northwestern Michigan College.
In 2000, the Dennos Museum Center was recognized by ArtServe Michigan with the Governor's Award for Arts and Culture.
Showcases Inuit art from West Baffin Island consisting of 34 images by ten artists
40 works by late-19th and early-20th century artists capture American life, culture, and identity
40 framed neck-pieces celebrate and pay tribute to Canadian women, past and presnt
Works tell Inuit narratives and represent their culture
Stories and portraits of people affected by the opioid crisis
Art made by local artists over the last year