1301 Mississippi Street Lawrence, Kansas - KS66045
The Max Kade-Erich H. Markel Department of Graphic Arts at the Spencer Museum of Art includes approximately 16,000 works of art on paper (prints, drawings, photographs, and artists' books). The core of our old master collection of prints was given by the Max Kade Foundation, whose president at the time of the gift was the late Erich H. Markel. The collection is acknowledged as one of the nation's premier repositories of graphic arts among university museums because of its depth and breadth and the extensive manner in which it is used in teaching and research. Areas of particular strength include northern and Italian Renaissance prints; seventeenth-century prints; Japanese prints; and nineteenth- and twentieth-century prints, drawings, and photographs.
The Marianna Kistler Beach Museum of Art offers an in-depth look at Kansas art and brings art and artists from around the world to the heart of Kansas. The museum’s collection continues to focus on the art of Kansas and the region. We aspire to provide diverse experiences that strengthen the community's enjoyment and understanding of visual arts and the creative process. We believe art is a natural common ground, representing creativity and promoting discussion for all disciplines. We invite you to explore with us and encourage you to think anew about personal experiences, sense of place, and the world of knowledge.
12345 College Boulevard Overland Park, Kansas - KS66210
The museum’s permanent collection is comprised of works gifted by Marti and Tony Oppenheimer and the Oppenheimer Brothers Foundation. Art from Johnson County Community College’s Permanent Collection (acquired largely through JCCC’s annual acquisition fund) supplement the Oppenheimer Collection on view in the permanent collection galleries.
The Vernon Filley Art Museum is a cultural center for the purpose of collecting, preserving, and exhibiting art. Our goal is to enhance cultural life in Kansas by providing access to the arts through exhibits and education.
As a university art museum, the Ulrich Museum is a vital community resource bridging the intellectual inquiry of the campus with the quest for enjoyment and lifelong learning in Wichita and the region. The Ulrich Museum has amassed a nationally significant collection of more than 6,600 works, with many works of exceptional quality. The Ulrich collection spans the 20th and now 21st centuries.
1400 West Museum Boulevard Wichita, Kansas - KS67201
country’s finest collections of American art, spanning three centuries of painting, sculpture, works on paper, and decorative arts. Masterpieces by Mary Cassatt, Winslow Homer, Horace Pippin, Edward Hopper, and Charles M. Russell are among the nearly 7,000 works in the permanent collection. Additionally, an important and expanding glass collection is a significant component to the overall collection.