Voices of Pensacola
Musically Inclined: A Look at the Pensacola Jazz Scene
This exhibit highlights the history and influence of jazz music along the Gulf Coast.
Lost Pensacola is a poster exhibit created by Joe Vinson, for his Public History capstone project. The exhibit takes a look at the lost icons from Pensacola's past. Icons include the San Carlos hotel, the Spanish Village, and Spearman brewing among many others. Each poster will be a memorial to these forgotten spaces, along with historical background information and selected artifacts will be on display.
Black Citizenship in the Age of Jim Crow is a traveling exhibit from the New-York Historical Society Museum & Library. The exhibit is now on display at Artel Gallery. To learn more about the exhibit visit the African American Heritage Society.
Travel Diaries: Stories from the Jane Peaden Collection
This exhibit highlights items from the Jane Peaden Collection, which is a large collection of items picked up during Jane’s travels in the 1970s and 1980s. Items are paired with images and diary entries that show how anyone can travel, broaden their horizons, and interact with communities across the globe.
On the second floor is the Hilton-Green Research Room, which houses a vast variety of documents, maps and photographs.
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