Kent State University Museum Receives Grant from NEH
A new grant from the National Endowment for the Humanities (NEH) will help protect the longevity of the museum's extraordinary collections for generations to come.
A Life in Style: The Wardrobe of James E. Mulholland
The Kent State University Museum announces the opening of “A Life in Style: The Wardrobe of James E. Mulholland” on June 30, 2023 and scheduled to run through April 28, 2024. Mulholland has made a significant donation of his remarkable wardrobe to the permanent collection of the KSU Museum.
Welcome to the Kent State University Museum, home of extraordinary collections of historic dress, fashion, textiles, and decorative arts. Here you will find works by many of the world’s great artists and designers, known and unknown, from across time and continents.
The Museum was founded in 1982 alongside the Shannon Rodgers and Jerry Silverman School of Fashion Design and Merchandising, and offers invaluable first-hand experiences for all students, faculty and staff at Kent State University. The Museum also serves the culturally rich communities of Northeastern Ohio as well as global audiences through the loan of objects to museums, scholarly research, and traveling exhibitions from the distinguished collection.
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