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  • WAM [Collection - Explore the Collection]
    Shop Cafe Art Garden Cart Membership Get Involved About Contact Us Overview Explore the Collection Art Appraisals Rights and Reproduction Share this page WAM Collection Explore the Collection 2016 Wichita Art Museum Site Map Responsive View 1400 West Museum Boulevard

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  • WAM [Cafe - Overview]
    Overview Menu Share this page WAM Cafe Overview The Muse Cafe Lunch served 11 am to 2 pm Tuesday Sunday Brunch specials on Saturday and Sunday from 11 am to 2 pm Beverages mini bar and desserts until 3 pm Closed Mondays No reservations necessary but reservations are accepted especially for large groups by calling 316 268 4973 Sign Up for the E newsletter Thanks for Signing Up 2016 Wichita

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  • WAM [Site Map]
    Art Chatter Art Start Color Party Event Tickets Facility Rental Gordon Parks Community Symposium Registration Senior Wednesday Learn Overview Tours School Teacher Programs Teens Families Adults The Living Room Docent Program Museum Library Get Involved Donate Overview Annual Fund Membership Overview Join Now Friends of the Wichita Art Museum WAM Contemporaries Murdock Society Planned Giving Volunteer Docent Program Friends of the Wichita Art Museum WAM Contemporaries Murdock Society About Museum

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  • Wichita Art Museum
    Fund Membership Overview Join Now Friends of the Wichita Art Museum WAM Contemporaries Murdock Society Planned Giving Volunteer Docent Program Friends of the Wichita Art Museum WAM Contemporaries Murdock Society About Museum History 2014 Donors and Patrons Board of Trustees Friends of WAM Who We Are Board Members History of FWAM Friends Endowment Volunteer Opportunities WAM Contemporaries Murdock Society Contact Us Photography Jobs Contact Us Site Map Visit Exhibitions Collection Programs Events Learn Shop Cafe Art Garden Cart Membership Get Involved About Contact Us Freedom to Expand Gordon Parks Featuring two photography exhibitions Gordon Parks Back to Fort Scott and Freedom Now Forgotten Photographs of the Civil Rights Struggle More Dialogue Modern and Contemporary Drawings from the Wichita Art Museum Collection Exploring the medium of drawing throughout the 20th century More Lucile Blanch Art and Everyday Life Named one of the most important artists in the U S in the 1950s More Rhythm and Hues Seeing the influence of music on modern and contemporary art practices Music and Dance in Art from the Wichita Art Museum Collection More Even More Art We Love Celebrating WAM s 80th anniversary Works of art selected by Wichita community members More Freedom to Expand

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  • WAM [Search]
    Museum Library Shop Overview Event Tickets Cafe Overview Menu Membership Overview Join Now Friends of the Wichita Art Museum WAM Contemporaries Murdock Society Get Involved Donate Overview Annual Fund Membership Overview Join Now Friends of the Wichita Art Museum WAM Contemporaries Murdock Society Planned Giving Volunteer Docent Program Friends of the Wichita Art Museum WAM Contemporaries Murdock Society About Museum History 2014 Donors and Patrons Board of Trustees Friends of

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  • WAM [Visit - Hours & Admissions]
    of Trustees Friends of WAM Who We Are Board Members History of FWAM Friends Endowment Volunteer Opportunities WAM Contemporaries Murdock Society Contact Us Photography Jobs Contact Us Site Map Visit Exhibitions Collection Programs Events Learn Shop Cafe Art Garden Cart Membership Get Involved About Contact Us Hours Admissions Location Directions Map Cafe Groups Tours Museum Store Rental Facilities Photography Share this page WAM Visit Hours Admissions Plan Your Visit Hours Museum Galleries and the Museum Store Sunday Noon to 5 p m Tuesday Saturday 10 a m to 5 p m Closed Mondays and major holidays Muse Cafe Sunday 11 a m to 2 p m Tuesday Saturday 11 a m to 3 p m Closed Mondays and major holidays Admission Members Free Adults 7 Seniors 60 5 Students with ID and Youth ages 5 17 3 Children under 5 Free No admission charge to visit the Muse Cafe or Library 2016 Holiday Schedule The museum is closed on major holidays and will not be open on these dates Friday January 1 New Year s Day Monday January 18 Martin Luther King Jr Day Monday February 15 Presidents Day Monday May 30 Memorial Day Monday July 4 Independence Day Monday

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  • WAM [Collection - Overview]
    of Trustees Friends of WAM Who We Are Board Members History of FWAM Friends Endowment Volunteer Opportunities WAM Contemporaries Murdock Society Contact Us Photography Jobs Contact Us Site Map Visit Exhibitions Collection Programs Events Learn Shop Cafe Art Garden Cart Membership Get Involved About Contact Us Overview Explore the Collection Art Appraisals Rights and Reproduction Share this page WAM Collection Overview Wichita Art Museum Collection Overview At the heart of the Wichita Art Museum s mission is its distinguished collection Since the founding of the museum in 1935 the permanent collection has grown to more than 8 000 objects with an emphasis in exceptional American art Reflecting both the rich cultural heritage of the Great Plains and the broader development of art in America the majority of the museum s holdings have been acquired via the generosity of individuals innovators scholars dedicated collectors and museum friends who have enabled WAM to build its internationally recognized collection All of the works in WAM s collection are available in the online database The Roland P Murdock collection acquired from 1939 to 1962 is a prized cache of 168 American works across history and media It includes such remarkable features as three Thomas

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  • WAM [Learn - Overview]
    Who We Are Board Members History of FWAM Friends Endowment Volunteer Opportunities WAM Contemporaries Murdock Society Contact Us Photography Jobs Contact Us Site Map Visit Exhibitions Collection Programs Events Learn Shop Cafe Art Garden Cart Membership Get Involved About Contact Us Overview Tours School Teacher Programs Teens Families Adults The Living Room Docent Program Museum Library Share this page WAM Learn Overview Educational Offerings at WAM The Wichita Art Museum brings people ideas and American Art together to enrich lives and build community WAM educational programming offers varied levels of engagement and participation with the core belief that art is for everyone that curiosity inspires learning and that learning is a lifelong adventure WAM is teeming with programs and activities Click on the links at the right for additional information and program details Bringing a group of students to WAM There s no admission charge for student groups visiting the museum either on a self guided or docent led tour 100 bus reimbursement also is available Many thanks to our sponsors Saturday free admission is made possible by Colby Sandlian Sandlian Realty Youth education programs are supported by the Lynne Ruffin Smith Charitable Foundation S M Laura H Brown Charitable Trust supports WAM active public programming Museums Connect The Legacy of Gordon Parks Winter Spring 2016 The Wichita Art Museum is excited to announce an educational partnership with the Ulrich Museum of Art The Kansas African American Museum and Arts Partners based on the life and legacy of Kansas native Gordon Parks Each museum has a special exhibition of Parks work and Arts Partners has developed curriculum content and classroom learning opportunities for students K 12 in conjunction with the exhibitions Click here to download the Museums Connect The Legacy of Gordon Parks brochure geared towards teachers and educators in

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