Unknown artist, United States, Crazy quilt, c. 1882, Silk, velvet, printed silk ribbons, silk and cotton thread. Gift of Carolyn Crandall Bremner and Family in honor of our grandparents, Dr. Frank and Jennie May Allen, 2017.10

Virtual Public Tour: Current Conversations

Discover the museum on a virtual tour with the help of our trained tour guides. Look for a new topic for exploring Mia’s permanent collection every month. Tours are free, but registration is required. This is a virtual event that will take place over Zoom.

Click here to register. Registration for next month’s tours opens on the last Friday of the current month.

Upcoming Tour Topics

August: State Fair-ish Anticipate the return of The Great Minnesota Get-Together through related themes and images.

September: Migration Stories: Connecting Past and Present Explore our state’s history through visual stories of immigration and displacement by those who call Minnesota home.

October: The Land We’re On: Native Peoples of Minnesota Celebrate the cultural belongings of people of Anishinaabe and Dakota heritage that honor the land and its resources.

November: Highlights of Native American Art Explore the role of tradition and innovation in superb works of art from historic to contemporary times.

December: Winter Solstice Stories View stunning works of art that anticipate the triumph of light over darkness through stories of redemption and renewal.

Learn More

To learn more about tours at Mia, click here. Interested in arranging a private tour? Click here for more information.

Unknown artist, United States, Crazy quilt, c. 1882, Silk, velvet, printed silk ribbons, silk and cotton thread. Gift of Carolyn Crandall Bremner and Family in honor of our grandparents, Dr. Frank and Jennie May Allen, 2017.10