New Brunswick Museum
Saint John, New Brunswick
A visit to the New Brunswick Museum brings heritage to life. Over a dozen galleries explore themes that are important to our province. Stories from extensive art, history and natural science collections are the focus in our feature galleries and an active schedule of temporary exhibitions means there’s something new to experience every visit!
Alabama Contemporary Art Center reinvents what a contemporary arts organization can be for our time by applying creativity and innovation to the pressing needs of the day. As a pivotal force in contemporary art for the Southeast, we marshal global talent to engage all sectors of the Mobile community in ideas, issues, and interests that matter.
We function as a public forum, convener, and cultural broker by forming strategic alliances with like-minded cultural, social, educational, and civic institutions. Our exhibitions and programs investigate themes and topics of particular relevance to the Gulf Coast while creating a national model for constructive community-building through the arts.
Kodiak Historical Society & Baranov Museum
The Kodiak Historical Society & Baranov Museum preserves and shares Kodiak’s rich history. The museum is located in the oldest building in Alaska, a National Historical Landmark known as the Russian American Magazin or Erskine House. Our exhibits interpret Kodiak’s Russian era (1741-1867), early American era (1867-1912) and modern era (1912-present).
Alabama Contemporary Art Center
Follow the footsteps of ancient creatures as you travel through geological time. Learn about the Bay of Fundy – whale sightings guaranteed (full size models of course)! From wooden ships to fine art and international treasures, there’s lots to experience at the New Brunswick Museum!