Exhibitions

With a Wink and a Nod: Cartoonists of the Gilded Age

Puck‘s cartoons were recognized for their artistic value even at the height of their popular appeal. In 1901 the magazine began offering past drawings for sale as original artworks; those who couldn’t afford them framed full-color centerfolds straight from the magazine. Created by well-known illustrators as well as new talent, these bold cartoons simultaneously reflected and defined the concerns of the Gilded Age, while pushing the boundaries of humor. Read more

News

March 30, 2016
Visitor Services Associates in Museums Today

We are proud that we always have had highly trained associates on the floor to answer our guests questions. Read more

March 07, 2016
Dressing Downton™: Changing Fashion for Changing Times Extended Through May 29, 2016

Due to popular demand, Dressing Downton will extend through Memorial Day weekend. Read more