Located in the hisrtoric Water and Electric Building (1913), now on the Historic Register. The renovation produced 18,000 square feet of gallery space.
More than 600 works of art held in the Museum's permanent collection, including works of art by American, contemporary masters including Jim Dine, Frank Stella, Robert Indiana, and Josef Albers. Selections of the collection are displayed aon a rotating basis each quarter, in addition to temporary exhibitions in various media.
Annual competition and exhibition for elementary, middle, and high schools
Vessel forms and large-scale figurative ceramic sculpture
Local women artists create works in response to the museum's collection
Portraits of 30 local artists reflect them deeply into their work
Works inspired by Francisco de Goya’s 19th century series 'Disasters of War'
Showcases a diversity of design in modern flatware
An intimate look at local homeless or housing insecure citizens
Recording cultural landscapes with textiles
Capturing the stories of everyday people through portraiture