The Museum is a teaching, research & exhibition facility, focused on integrating objects of historical, cultural & artistic value into the curriculum.
Burke Hall’s “New Brutalism” abstract architectural style was introduced in 1951 by the Finnish architect, Alva Aalto.
What's Happening Here
An exhibition that explores the varieties of childhood in the US between the Civil War and World War II.
A student response to "Defining Childhood: Growing up in the US (1860-1940)."
Sophia Raak ’20 explores the Denison Museum exhibit "Illustrations by Jean-Louis Forain"
"Short Lives and Forgotten Deaths: Infant Skeletons from the ‘Bone Well’"
Melissa Vogley Woods: Opaque: The female body as author/subject and other unbearable conditions
"Documerica," with The Vail Series & Ethel
Sage Lewis: Material Inference
Rowland Scherman Exhibition
Cuttingly Clever Exhibition
Luke Ahern, Recent Works: New Problems
The Denison Museum presents "Liberal Arts Today" Exhibition
Lumen Exhibition by Environmental Studies professor, Abram Kaplan