Exhibition Resources

Museum staff and exhibiting artists have assembled a list of resources to expand our understanding of the personal, political, historical, and cultural importance and implications of the exhibition’s content. Although this is not an exhaustive list, we hope these resources are informative, illuminating, and inspire conversation with others.

"Bob Dilworth: Backyard"

Bob Dilworth's recommended reading list.

"Dress Code"

Learn more about the language of clothing.

"Ana Flores: Shaman Ladders and Other Stories"

Explore how Flores' work is informed by migration and a deep connection to the land.

"Social Fabric: Textiles and Contemporary Issues"

Explore how exhibiting artists reimagine the expressive and social functions of textiles

"Joseph Norman: Works from the Permanent Collection"

On race, racism, history, and identity

"Georgia O'Keeffe: Things I Had No Words For"

Take a closer look at the life and times of Georgia O'Keeffe.

"Conflict & Remembrance"

Explore the complexities of global conflicts, and how artists seek to help us process them.

"Velvet & Silk: The Palmer Family Quilts"

Dive deeper into the historical and cultural significance of quilts.


Re-examine historical narratives and the legacies of colonization.

"Hair Stories"

Hair has played important roles in culture, religion, politics, ritual, and identity throughout history and in the present day.