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.
Snapshots from the Factory Floor: Documenting Republic Stamping & Enameling 1943 -1952
Norman Rockwell in the 1940s: A View of the American Homefront
Why Do We Collect?
We are acquiring a unique piece of Canton History and we need your help!
The William McKinley Presidential Library & Museum is creating an exhibit based on more than 1,400 images of employees at Canton’s Republic Stamping and Enameling during the 1940s and 1950s.
The photos feature hundreds of men and women who worked in the plant off of Harrison Ave. SW, making pots, pans and other enamelware.