Museum of Nebraska Art: discover the story behind the art of Nebraska
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Arts and Visitor Related Web Sites
- North American Reciprocal Museum Program (NARM)
- A program of an association of nearly 350 museums offering reciprocal membership benefits to qualifying members of the participating museums.
- Nebraska Travel and Tourism
- Information about Nebraska’s many vacation possibilities that includes things to do, places to stay, road trips, guides, and maps.
- Nebraska Governor's Office
- Nebraska Governor, Dave Heineman, has shown support for cultural
attractions across the state, including the Museum of Nebraska Art.
- Nebraska Arts Council
- Nebraska Arts Council strives to cultivate the resources needed to sustain the arts in Nebraska.
- The Nebraska Cultural Endowment
- Cultural Advocates create a unique public-private partnership with the State of Nebraska to support the arts and humanities.
- Nebraska Humanities Council
- Nebraska Humanities Council cultivates an understanding of Nebraska history and culture.
- Art Museums, NET Television
- Information about Nebraska's three major art museums featuring Nebraska Public Television's Art Treasures of Nebraska.
- Joslyn Art Museum
- 11,000 works of art from all over the world, antiquity to the present, with a concentration on
19th and 20th century European and American art. Located in Omaha, Nebraska.
- Sheldon Museum of Art
- 12,000 works of American art from the 19th century to today including more than 30 monumental pieces in the Sculpture Garden. Located in Lincoln, Nebraska.
- Robert Henri Museum
- Childhood home of famous Nebraska artist, Robert Henri, located in Cozad, Nebraska.
Selected PDF documents
MONA exhibition selection process
About gifts of artwork
Reproduction & reprint terms
phone: (308) 865-8559
fax: (308) 865-8104
2401 Central Avenue
Kearney, NE 68847
Just minutes north of Interstate 80, with plenty of free parking on the
north side of the Museum. Maps.
Tue. - Sat.: 11 a.m. - 5 p.m.
Sun.: 1 - 5 p.m.
Closed Mondays and
For more information, contact the Mueseum of Nebraska Art (308) 865-8559, or