How can an object both connect us with the past and inspire the present? Explore this question as you discover the intricate beadwork created by eight contemporary Onondawaga (Seneca) artists side-by-side with the art of their ancestors from the 1930s from the WPA Indian Arts Project, as well as examples from the 1850s from the RMSC's Lewis Henry Morgan Collection.
Bloop! Doo-Wop, Doo-Wop! Sounds are part of our everyday lives and help us to make sense of the world around us. We use sound to communicate, to warn of danger, and as a form of entertainment. Explore the nature of sound and how we sense it, dive into the science and art behind the tools we use to create different types of sound, and discover how humans use this compression of air molecules we call sound to create the emotion experience we call music. Take a journey into the world of sound and music at the RMSC! Exhibition runs through April 21, 2019.