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Mulvane Art Museum
Washburn University

17th & Jewell Avenue
Topeka, Kansas

Phone: 785 231 1024 -

Statement of Purpose:

The mission of the Mulvane Art Museum is to collect, preserve, exhibit and interpret art for the enjoyment and educational benefit of all, with special concern for the needs of the Washburn community, the people of the city of Topeka and the state of Kansas. The museum provides exhibitions, educational programs and other special events to present art in a way that makes it an integral and meaningful part of Kansans' lives.


Museum exhibitions, the Collection of Kansas Art: (CoKA), the annual Mountain-Plains art fair (the first weekend in June, on the Washburn campus), Art Resources for Topeka (museum art classes for children and adults), the Mulvane court (outdoor sculpture exhibit), the Washburn annual outdoor sculpture exhibit.


World Arts, Mountain-plains Arts, Arts of the State of Kansas


Changing exhibits from Mountain-Plains regrion. Contemporary art focus.

2002 Calendar of Events:

Faces from the Mulvane Permanent Collection
Images from the museum's permanent collection that feature human faces in all their beauty and diversity

Hard Mud II: A Joint Exhibit with the Alice Sabatini Gallery of the Topeka and Shawnee County Public Library
Ceramics from the collection of the Topeka and Shawnee County Library Gallery of Art, with sculptures by Elaine Henry

Washburn Art Student Annual Exhibit
The best works of the past year by art students at Washburn University

Quilt 2001 - Contemporary Quilts
A touring exhibition of contemporary quilts

Closed Mondays and during installations
Tuesday-Wednesday, 10-7 Thursday-Friday, 10-4 Saturday-Sunday, 1-4

(Summer Hours) Tuesday-Friday, 10-4 Saturday-Sunday, 1-4

free at all times to everyone

Just South of 17th and Jewell, on the Washburn University Campus in Topeka, Kansas


Joan Foth

From The High Road. Watercolor.

Yoshiro Ikeda

Garden. Clay.

Utagawa Kuniyoshi

The Priest Nichiren in the Snow. Woodcut.

Joseph Henry Sharp

View From The Studio Garden. Oil on board.

Key Personnel:

Robert T. Soppelsa, Director

Edward Barr, Assistant to the Director
Barbara Yoder, Coordinator of Education Programs
Carol Emert, Registrar/Preparator
Elizabeth Wunder, Office Manager
Kandis Barker, Education Program Assistant

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