Experience a selection of highlights from our current and past special exhibitions virtually. To view the full collection of our current exhibition, please visit us in-person.
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Bill Sienkiewicz: Pop Culture Revolution
Open in-person and virtually | April 16–September 5
Bill Sienkiewicz (pronounced sin-KEV-itch) is an Eisner-winning and Emmy-nominated artist, best known for revolutionizing the style of comic and graphic novel illustration over the past four decades. Landmark works such as Marvel Comics' Elektra: Assassin and his acclaimed graphic novel Stray Toasters, have earned him an international reputation and cult status across media industries. This exhibition showcases sketches and original paintings spanning the artist’s career from the 1980s to present day. View over 60 works of art and video interviews to discover how Sienkiewicz’s renderings incorporate abstract and expressionist influences.
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Breaking Barriers: Women in the Military
For centuries, women have helped to defend the nation in times of war and conflict. In this tribute to those who served, the Dunn Museum shares unique Lake County stories and explores women's roles as nurses, auxiliary personnel, enlistees, and officers in the U.S. military. The nation's struggle was their struggle, and women wanted to have a larger role, equal to men in responsibility and risk.
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Our Voice is Black History
Our Voice is Black History is a collaboration between the Dunn Museum and the College of Lake County's Black Student Union. It offers a unique look at a representation of the African American voice of Lake County. The exhibition examines and explores multigenerational stories and experiences through graphic design, poetry, writing, art, and video interviews that portray the voice of the African Americans' past and reality, which becomes Our Voice.
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