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The Keller Gallery

The Keller Gallery
Something is always changing in The Keller Gallery

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.

Colors Exhibit Keller Gallery
Photo from the Keller Gallery Exhibit "Colors!" in 2020. Read more here from The Repository.

Current Exhibit

Created by Smithsonian Gardens, together with partners from across the Smithsonian, the Habitat exhibition explores the stories and science of habitats, and the plants, animals, and humans that call them home.


Exhibition topics and dates are subject to change.  Please call ahead to confirm that an exhibition you would like to see is on view.

Past Exhibits

Keller Gallery

Brick Flicks

From Wayne’s World to West Side Story, The Matrix to Mary Poppins, and Laurel & Hardy to the Life of Pi, Brick Flicks is an exhibition of some of the most iconic and memorable film moments of all time recreated by Warren Elsmore, the well known artist in LEGO bricks. 

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Keller Gallery

Women at Work

This exhibition will highlight the jobs women held in the 19th and 20th centuries through artifacts and photographs from the Museum’s permanent collection.

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The “Me” Decade

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.

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