Category Archives: Curator
Join us as we celebrate National History Day winners and the DeVore Local History Essay winners! Special guest speaker Beccy Tanner of the Wichita Eagle. Free and open to the public.
NEW EXHIBIT! Fashion – “Howard Greer, Designs for Hollywood and Wichita” March 5, 2013 – June 9, 2013
This exhibit features 1950s women’s clothing from the Wichita-Sedgwick County Historical Museum’s collection. The designer Howard Greer’s “ready to wear” pieces were sold from the Topaz Room of the Innes department store located in Wichita and are featured in this … Continue reading
Join us for a special Kansas Day program with Ron Wilson, “Now, That’s Rural: Entrepreneurs and Innovators Who Shaped Kansas Communities.” Our program is brought to you by the Kansas Humanities Council, a non-profit organization promoting understanding of the history … Continue reading
Guitar Summit Weekend 2012 – Electric Guitar History Symposium the weekend of August 25-26; featured as part of the special exhibit “eGuitar@80, eighty years of amplified guitar” (closes Nov. 11th). The symposium is held at the Museum and will feature … Continue reading
SPECIAL EXHIBIT OPENS: “Furnishing the Atomic Era” at local history headquarters: The Wichita-Sedgwick County Historical Museum. FINAL FRIDAY OPENING EVENT Friday, July 27th 5:00 to 8:00 p.m. This event is free and open to the public The “Atomic Era” brought … Continue reading
Join us for a First Friday event, celebrating the E Guitar @ 80 exhibit with musical performances. Friday, July 6, 6-9pm, free and open to the public! Talented local guitarists will deliver cameo performances spotlighting the electric guitar.
You’re invited to come celebrate in high style! Join us Saturday, April 21, 2012, 7-10pm for an exciting evening of dinner, drinks and the music of Donna Tucker in the Museum with our new exhibit “Made in America: Celebrating American … Continue reading
Paris had long reigned as the fashion capital of the world, but all that changed when the city fell to Nazi Germany in June of 1940. Because Nazis controlled the French fashion industry, censored fashion magazines and closed couture houses, … Continue reading
New Exhibit Opens: January 29th – March 16, 2012 Who speaks for the experiences of a generation and their impact on the world around them? What experiences help to create a sense of shared identity? Our Lives, Our Stories: America’s … Continue reading
Join us at the Historical Museum on Saturday, December 17th at 2 pm for a special tour with historian Joyce Suellentrop. Suellentrop, a retired Archivist and Professor of History at Newman University, will entertain and enlighten groups on Victorian Christmas … Continue reading