The High Plains Museum is hosting the traveling exhibits “K is for Kansas” and “Considering the Commonplace” from the Kauffman Museum. These two fantastic traveling exhibits will be here until April 6.
“K is for Kansas” explores our great state through the alphabet with lots of hands-on, interactive components. Visitors will learn about famous Kansas people, places, animals and things. They will also learn about stories often overlooked in our state’s history.
“Considering the Commonplace” asks the visitor to look closer at their surroundings to discover the extraordinary in the ordinary. The exhibit features the digital photographs of Kansas artist Bob Regier, Bethel College professor emeritus of art, and the Kauffman Museum’s senior design consultant. Regier focused primarily on constructed elements of the Great Plains and small Kansas towns.
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The High Plains Museum, 1717 Cherry, Goodland, features exhibits of local history. The museum is open Monday, Wednesday through Saturday from 9 a.m.–5 p.m. MST. Call 785-890-4595.