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The Dennos Museum Center

Permanent Exhibits

The Dennos Museum Center has three main permanent exhibitions spaces: The Barbara and Dudley Smith Wing for Inuit Art, The Diana and Richard Milock Wing, and the Thomas A. Rutkowski Discovery Gallery. 

The barbara and dudley smith wing for inuit art

Since 1991, the Dennos Museum Center's core collection of Inuit art has been on permanent exhibit. The Power Family Inuit Gallery, named in 1995 for their generous support of Inuit art and the Dennos Museum Center's collection, has welcomed thousands of visitors to view, explore, and discuss contemporary Inuit art. With the opening of the Barbara & Dudley Smith Wing for Inuit Art in 2018, this unique collection has more space for exhibition, education, and engaging programs.

the diana and richard milock wing

In 2018, The Diana and Richard Milock Wing opened with almost 10,000 square feet of space to exhibit the Dennos Museum Center's permanent collection. These galleries see a regular rotation of the 1,000 artworks from regional, national, and international artists of the 18th, 19th, 20th, and 21st centuries.

the thomas a. rutkowski discovery gallery

The Dennos Museum Center's Thomas A. Rutkowski Discovery Gallery offers "hands on" interactive experiences related to the arts and sciences for children and adults. The recent re-installation of the Gallery in 2018 focuses on Science, Technology, Engineering, Arts, and Math (STEAM).