The Keller Gallery is our space for temporary exhibitions that changes 2-3 times a year. We host traveling exhibitions from The Smithsonian and other museums, and produce exhibitions in-house based on our permanent collection.
The Keller family continues to support our temporary exhibition program.
The exhibits are primarily focused on the museum’s extensive artifact collection. Sometimes we even focus on local art and history.
The Keller Gallery exhibits are always changing so check back here for the latest schedule of exhibits often.
September 23, 2022 to February 25, 2023
This exhibition features clothing from the era, presented under a disco ball on a dancefloor in the center of the gallery, including bell bottom jeans, halter tops, hot pants, and more. It also includes artifacts from the decade from the museum’s permanent collection, such as Fisher-Price toys, a Coronamatic typewriter, a CB radio, a Westinghouse Electric tabletop radio, kitchen appliances made by The Hoover Company, a Panasonic microwave, box purses, platform shoes, and commemorative items from the nation’s bicentennial celebration in 1976. The exhibition features a recreation of a 1970s dining room, complete with an orange shag rug and retro floral wallpaper.