The Ulrich Museum of Art is a FREE museum in Wichita. As the region’s source for modern and contemporary art, the Ulrich Museum of Art at Wichita State University connects viewers with artists and artworks that reflect our world today. Visitors can explore and enjoy 20th and 21st-century art with exhibitions that feature emerging and established artists, works from our permanent collection, and traveling exhibits.
About the Ulrich Museum of Art:
The WSU campus is home to the Ulrich Museum’s renowned Martin H. Bush Outdoor Sculpture Collection, rated one of the top collections of its kind by Public Art Review. The Museum holds a permanent collection of more than 6,700 works by such artists as Benny Andrews, Diane Arbus, Helen Frankenthaler, Zhang Huan, Jacob Lawrence, Joan Mitchell, Robert Motherwell, Rodney McMillian, Gordon Parks, W. Eugene Smith, Kara Walker and Andy Warhol. – From the Ulrich Museum website
History of Ulrich Museum of Art:
- The museum was established in 1974.
- The museum was named in honor of Edwin A. Ulrich, a Hyde Park, New York, businessman who donated his collection of more than 300 works by the early 20th-century painter Frederick Judd Waugh and set up an endowment to support the new institution.
Monday-Saturday: 11 A.M. – 5 P.M.
Closed Sundays, University & Major Holidays