The purpose of the Mulvane Art Museum is as important as it is simple: to keep art in people's lives.
How? By offering:
- Free access to exhibitions of regional, national and international artists.
- Art education and resources to Topeka-area teachers, children and adults.
- An invitation to people of all ages and abilities to not just view artwork, but explore their own creativity in the ArtLab, free of charge.
As a public nonprofit organization, the Mulvane relies on its partners, including organizations, families and individuals. If you love art as much as we do, learn how you can support the Mulvane. Or simply come visit-after all, that's why we're here!
The mission of the Mulvane is to provide an area in which people can learn to think independently and critically about art.
History of the Museum
Read about one of the oldest art museums west of the Mississippi River.
By the Numbers
Here's a sneak peek at the Mulvane, by the numbers: 5,000 square feet (and then some) of exhibition space.
A nonprofit organization, the Mulvane Art Museum keeps ticking with the help of many generous partners.
Meet the staff members who make sure the Mulvane is colorful, exciting, and ready for your visit!
Board of Directors
A list of the Friends of the Mulvane Art Museum's Board of Directors