Museums and Exhibits

 

Landmark Center North Gallery Exhibits

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Upcoming:

From War to Reconciliation (North Gallery): August 22-November 28

Pictures from a Hiroshima Schoolyard (Lower Level Auditorium Lobby): September 19-October 26

The exhibit From War to Reconciliation consists of photos and artifacts documents the cities of Nagasaki and Hiroshima before, during and after the atomic bomb was dropped, ending the war in the Pacific. This special exhibit is presented by the Nagasaki National Peace Memorial Hall for Atomic Bomb Victims, the Saint Paul-Nagasaki Sister City Committee, in partnership with Landmark Center. The exhibit includes a photo display, the Hiroshima Nagasaki Peace Exhibition and a film, Pictures from a Hiroshima Schoolyard, with accompanying exhibit of art made by Japanese schoolchildren.  There will also be a series of related events in Landmark Center from August to November.

For more information and for information on school field trips please visit www.stpaulpeace.org

 

American Association of Woodturners Gallery

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The Gallery of Wood Art offers an often surprising and always engaging view of contemporary works created in wood and also features educational exhibits, a display of vintage lathes, and a gallery gift store offering turned items, books and DVDs.

Hours: Tuesday – Friday; 11 am – 4 pm
            Sunday; 12 pm – 3 pm
           (Group tours available)

Current Exhibit: Selections from the AAW Permanent Collection

The AAW Permanent Collection includes work in a wide variety of styles by many of the best-known studio woodturners from the 1950s through the current day. The selections will be on display through February 28, 2015.

Get more information at their web site: www.galleryofwoodart.org

Landmark Gallery

Landmark Gallery

“A Landmark Reclaimed: From Federal Building to Community Icon” in the Landmark Gallery, a permanent exhibition located on the lower level of Landmark Center. The exhibit chronicles the history of Landmark Center and the people who made it the community icon it is today.

Hours: Open during building hours

Uncle Sam Worked Here

Postal Station

An interactive interpretive exhibit that gives visitors a glimpse into federal courts, wartime activities, prohibition, Immigration and more, that occurred in Landmark Center over the past 105 years.

To learn more about the exhibit, or to schedule a guided tour, click here.

To view our video and interactive online program, just click here.

Hours: Open during building hours

Ramsey County Historical Society Gallery

Hours: Open during building hours

Green Line Revisited

June 18 - December 27, 2015

RCHS asked community members to use their creativity and skills to document the Green Line Light Rail. The exhibition will consist of works created from or about the Green Line within the time period of January 2014-May 2015, which includes a portion of the construction phase; the Grand Opening; and the Green Line in operation.

Located in the RCHS Gallery in Landmark Center.

Exhibit programs are free and open to the public.

Get more information at their web site: www.rchs.com

Ramsey County Historical Society Research Center

Hours: Monday – Thursday; 12:30 pm – 4:30 pm

The Research Center contains non-circulating collections documenting the history of Ramsey County and St. Paul. The collection contains books, periodicals, city directories, maps, photographs, personal papers, business and organization records, architectural information and materials on clubs, schools, and churches.

Located in the lower level of Landmark Center.

Get more information at their web site: http://www.rchs.com/library_archives.htm

The Schubert Club Museum

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The Schubert Club Museum’s 4,500-square-foot space is located on the 2nd floor.  Guests will be introduced to The Schubert Club Museum by an interpretive guide in this orientation space. They will also encounter a massive sculpture of instruments upon their entry.

Hours: Sunday – Friday; 12 pm – 4 pm
           (Group tours available)

Get more information at their web site: www.schubert.org