Current Exhibits

Rotating exhibits currently on view: Equality & Nothing Less: 100 Years of the League of Women Voters; Fifty Years of the Oregon Country Fair; Projected Lights, Illuminated Images; The Culture of Kitsch.

Equality & Nothing Less: 100 Years of the League of Women Voters

Equality and nothing less: 100 years of the League of Women Voters

In honor of the group’s centenary, this exhibit celebrates and re-evaluates the history of the League of Women Voters. It features a variety of election related artifacts from the past 100 years and a history of women’s suffrage in Lane County. In collaboration with the Lane County LWV chapter.

Fifty Years of the Oregon Country Fair

Exhibit Run: June 2019 – June 2020

Oregon Country Fair exhibit promotional card

Fifty Years of the Oregon Country Fair celebrates a half century of collaboration, color, and counterculture spirit. Learn about its ties to 1960s political movements and counterculture causes like environmental and anti-commercial enterprises. With a wealth of photographs and archival material from the Oregon Country Fair Archives and artwork from the OCF family, this bright exploration of our recent past is sure to be a trip.


Projected Lights, Illuminated Images

Exhibit Run: January 2019 – January 2020

Projected Lights Illuminated images

Trace the history of photographic technology and the history of film in Lane County.


The Culture of Kitsch

Exhibit Run: October 2019 – October 2020

The Culture of Kitsch. Illustration of wedding couple and seashell pattern.

kitsch /kiCH/

  • Noun
    Art, objects, or design considered to be in poor taste because of excessive garishness or sentimentality, but sometimes appreciated in an ironic or knowing way.
  • Adjective
    Considered to be in poor taste but appreciated in an ironic or knowing way.