Explore Maryhill @Home with online exhibitions, activities and more!
Explore Maryhill @Home with online exhibitions, activities and more!


January 2021

Maryhill Museum Store Now Online
Have you explored Maryhill's new online store? We have select titles about the museum and related topics as well as gift items, handcrafted jewelry and branded merchandise. New items are being added all the time.  Click here to shop; Maryhill Members receive a 10% discount every day. Not a member? Click here to join today.
Seeking: On-Site Volunteer Grounds Maintenance / Caretaker
Contract Period: April 1 - November 30, 2021 

Enjoy the scenic beauty of the historic Maryhill Museum of Art grounds and interact with visitors from all over the world!
We are currently seeking an on-site seasonal volunteer to assist with grounds maintenance. The position requires 24 hours of volunteer service per week in exchange for a full-hook up campsite on the museum grounds from April 1 thru November 30, 2021. Tools and training will be provided. For a full position description and information on how to apply, click thru below.
We’ve added a Maryhill @Home page to our website, designed as a launching pad to explore Maryhill exhibitions, hands-on art activities, videos, workshop recordings and more. You will find 10 online exhibitions to explore and learn more about the museum’s collections. 
Activities inspired by Maryhill’s collections and suited for school or home are now available for download on our website! Teachers can tie the lessons to state and national education benchmarks while parents may simply use them for art inspiration on a wintry day. Learn about Rodin, portraiture, chess and ekphrastic poetry. Activities are suitable (or can be adapted) for all ages.

Support for this initiative was provided by Judith A. Lackstrom and Robert E. Morrow.
Visit Maryhill's Blog to get a look behind the scenes,learn about new education initiatives, research, exhibitions, conservation and more. Read the latest post by Maryhill's curator of Art, Steven L. Grafe, and learn about The Théâtre de la Mode: The Forgotten Décors.
In the photo above, couturier Jeanne Lanvin (French, 1867–1946) and an assistant appear with a 1945 Théâtre de la Mode mannequin. Lanvin’s career as a couturier began in 1909, when she joined the Syndicat de la Couture. Many of her early designs were inspired by her daughter and made for children. She soon expanded into adult clothing and eventually created work for numerous high-profile clients.
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Illustration for On The BlogMalcles Comedy-Ballet, Layout for the Jean-Denis Malclès décor (“… scenery for a Comedy-Ballet …”) from the 1946 New York Théâtre de la Mode catalogue.
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