Browse Exhibits (3 total)
Repository Research Fellow and New Orleans-based artist, Natan Diacon-Furtado used Wylie House Museum and IU Archives collections to inform his projected light patterns in the museum. His pieces are representative of the lives of three lesser-known individuals who called Wylie House home for varying periods of time. Exhibit opening: September 17, 2021.
The Call and Response: Creative Interpretations of the Wylie House exhibition is an artistic extension of the Wylie House Museum’s commitment to share the lesser-known histories of people associated with the 1835 Indiana home. Initially a phsyical exhibition in early 2020, this digital component features the individual artists and links to a virtual tour of the original exhibition in the historic home.
What was life like for Elizabeth “Lizzie” Breckenridge (1843-1910), an African-American woman who spent most of her life living with and working as a domestic servant for the Theophilus Wylie family? Pulling from a variety of primary sources, this exhibit pieces together her life experience in the second half of the 19th century in Bloomington, Indiana.