Our Latest News Understanding Implicit Bias Exhibit April 12 - May 13
The Understanding Implicit Bias exhibit offers opportunities to attend to bias and other forms of discrimination, as well as to explore recent debates in the realm of implicit bias research. The exhibit opens to the public at an opportune time — a moment when the nation as a whole is wrestling with the persistent challenge of race, class, and gender relations as well as with the changing nature of prejudice and discrimination. This exhibit features groundbreaking research and through provoking interactives.
Native Clambake Tickets on Sale! Saturday May 27, entertainment at 11:00 and Clambake served at 1:00
Our Chef Sherry Pocknett and Traditional Bakemaster Vernon Pocknett will be serving an eastern woodland clambake prepared in the Native tradition of using hot stones and rockweed. Buy your tickets early as last year this event sold out! For all the details and to purchase tickets, visit our Events page.
Contemporary Art Exhibit March 29 - November 2
A curated contemporary art exhibition entitled Without a Theme. An immersive display showcases approximately 20 vibrant, large-format installations from seven premier North American artists. The exhibition will be housed in the Mashantucket Gallery until Nov. 2 and is included in general museum admission. For details please visit our Events Page or on our press release.
Artists-in-Residence: Calling Native artists
The Pequot Museum is now offering studio work space to Native artists free of charge on a first come, first serve basis. As an Artist-in-Residence, you can demonstrate your process to visitors, show your work, and help us design a retail option for selling your work. Download a space request form.
For more information contact: Deb Jones @ DJones@pequotmuseum.org