The Denison Museum is a teaching museum with its primary focus on encouraging students and faculty to incorporate art and cultural heritage objects and visual literacy into their courses. As part of our engagement with the academic curriculum, the Denison Museum creates exhibitions from the permanent collection and by bringing in external works to enhance student classroom experiences.
Exhibitions are open to the public.
Current Exhibitions: Fall 2017
Aug. 31-Sept 15, 2017
Acapulco by Keith Spencer (Assistant Professor, Studio Art)
Sept. 25-Dec. 15, 2017
Guerilla Girls: The Art of Behaving Badly. A retrospective look at 30 years of activist art. This exhibition includes reproductions of some of the Guerilla Girls’ most iconic billboards and posters as well as videos.
***Due to construction, the museum has reduced space for exhibitions and will not be showing paintings in the galleries.***
Monday - Friday 12 pm to 4:30 pm from September 4 - December 15
(Closed Oct. 16-17 and Thanksgiving Week)
Monday - Friday 12 pm to 4:30 pm from February 5 - May 4
(Closed March 19th to 23rd)