Previous Exhibitions

2023 Previous Traveling Exhibitions-

Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. (February 5-26)

Our first traveling display is a 30-foot photographic display on the life of Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr., through his struggles and accomplishments for Civil Rights and Justice for all.

The nonprofit Conceive Believe Achieve is providing the display. Its mission is “to provide information and exposure about other cultures to help everyone thrive in a culturally diverse society and accept others, regardless of culture or skin color. In addition, the displays may help some appreciate the views and the solutions of other people unlike themselves.”

Great Lakes Small Streams: How Water Shapes Wisconsin (March 5-26)

Brought to us from the Wisconsin Historical Society, “Great Lakes Small Streams: How Water Shapes Wisconsin” asks visitors: how has water shaped Wisconsin, and how have we shaped our water?

Sixteen panels form the display that tells the story of Wisconsin’s relationship with water in simple language, reproducing 70 historical and contemporary photographs and documents, creating an exhibit suitable for all ages.


Neighbors Past and Present: The Wisconsin German Experience (April 9-May 28)

This exhibit covered material on questions of ethnicity, identity in newly forged communities, and the cohesiveness of those communities over the following decades, particularly in times of economic crisis or war. The Max Kade Institute provided the display for German-American Studies of the University of Wisconsin-Madison.

Navajo Code Talkers (June 4 – June 29)

Who are the Navajo Code Talkers? Marine Corps leadership selected 29 Navajo men, the Navajo Code Talkers, who created a code based on the complex, unwritten Navajo language. The code primarily used word association by assigning a Navajo word to crucial phrases and military tactics. The code was never broken.

Provided by Conceive Believe Achieve