Venture into the Changing Exhibition spaces located throughout the museum and discover the rich tradition of the University where you may see an object from the History Collection including furniture made in the Trade School or The Pen of Liberty President Abraham Lincoln used to sign one of three legislations for the Emancipation Proclamation. At another time, you may encounter objects from the Asian and Pacific collection including such far away places as New Guinea, Polynesia, Indonesia, the Philippines, and Japan. In our largest changing space, view works from emerging and working artists from the National Juried Exhibition: New Power Generation or see works by Master artists like Margo Humphrey, Charles White, Akili Ron Anderson and others.
Hampton University Receives $75,000 Preservation Grant to Sustain Historic Mural Housed on Campus The Hampton University Museum will receive $75,000 from the African American Cultural
Chrysler Museum of Art, in Partnership with Hampton University Museum, to Receive a $500,000 Grant from The Mellon Foundation The Chrysler Museum of Art, in
Museum and Archives Visitor Request Form *For Hampton University Campus Faculty, Staff and Students Only* The Museum will open ONLY for Hampton University faculty, staff
The HUM was awarded, $218,669 grant from the Institute for Museum and Library Services (IMLS) Museum Grants for African American History and Culture, Office of
The HUM and Archives was awarded, $249,898 grant from Office Of Museum Services, Institute of Museum and Library Services, Save America’s Treasures Save America’s Treasures:
Spirit of the Renaissance: The Art of William H. Johnson & Malvin Gray Johnson January 24 – April 4, 2020 Former curator at the Hampton