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Memories of WWII: Photographs from the Archives of the Associated Press

Exhibit opening: Saturday, January 18, 2014
6:00-9:00pm
$10 admission/ Free for Museum members
This exhibit will run through April 13, 2014
This exhibit provides a daily view of WWII through photographs by AP photographers and photogrpahers in the U.S. Armed Services, as well as images from the world press that otherwise would not have been seen. Courtesy of the Associated Press, Tour development by Smith Kramer Fine Art Services, Kansas City, Missouri.


Upcoming Exhibit

Melancholy Menagerie: A Gaze into the World of Big Eyes

Exhibit opening: Saturday, May 3, 2014
6:00-9:00pm
$10 admission/ Free for Museum members
This exhibit will delve into the idea of why the Big Eyes character was so popular in the 60s and why it's had a resurgence in contemporary art. Includes artwork by famed Keane, Eden and Igor Pantuhoff. And contemporary artists such as Mark Ryden, and Mitch O'connell.


Leo Fender Gallery

Low Down on the Uproar: Leo's Electric Basses

When the Telecaster, Fender’s first solidbody electric, proved to be a success, Leo Fender turned his attention towards a fully electric bass guitar. He had the finished product—the Precision Bass―in hand in 1951. Music was never the same. 

The Precision Bass rounded out what would soon be known as the rock ’n’ roll combo. It added a foundation for the electric guitars and drums. As Leo’s partner Don Randall once said: “When we got the bass where it could compete in volume with the guitars and drums, well, then we had something.” The stage was set literally for the music revolution of the 1950s and 1960s.  

The electric bass, perhaps Leo’s biggest coup, had an immeasurable impact on music. This exhibition will showcase the instruments he brought to the world, Fender, Music Man, and G&L basses. It will follow Leo’s inventions and refinements up to 1991.

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