Maya textiles from the Haffenreffer Museum of Anthropology (Brown University) and the weaving collective Oxib’ B’atz (New Bedford).
This exhibition highlighted the broad international and chronological compass of the New Bedford Whaling Museum.
This was the second in a series of exhibitions following in the wake of "Arctic Visions: Away then Floats the Ice-Island."
Abstract paintings using visual elements from Moby-Dick depicting the turbulent nature of the seas.
William Bradford as artist, innovator, adventurer, observer of history, culture and science.
Whaling history featuring Museum classics and the finest examples of scrimshaw anywhere.
Outdoor Sculptures, Contemporary Sculptors Respond to the Whaling Museum Collections
A selection of Rena Bass Forman's prints taken from her trip in 2006 to the West coast of Greenland.
Selected works from the Eliot Stetson Knowles Collection.
What do scallop shells, a girl on a swing, people working in a sail loft and in the Pairpoint glass factory have in common? They were each at one time or another, 'sitting' in New Bedford.