Here's a brief look at past exhibits. More detailed information coming soon!
Coming Home to Newberry
This exhibit was a retrospective of Newberry College’s establishment beginnings with its initial institution in 1831 and following the College’s transitions to multiple locations in search of HOME. The exhibit revealed a journey of faith and perseverance through trails and triumph and focused on the first Homecoming of 1922 as we celebrated 100th year of Newberry College's Homecoming.
A Tribute to Israel Brooks Jr.
Israel Brooks, Jr. was a highly decorated man of service in the Marine Corp, as the first African American man to join the South Carolina State Troopers, and later as a US Marshall, he dedicated his life to making our state safe for everyone.
The Newberry Arts Center loaned pieces of their boneyard collection made by artists featured in the annual South Carolina Clay Conference.
WKDK: The Voice of Newberry County for 75 Years
Newberry County has had a local, family-owned, radio station since 1946. The Coggins family have played current hits, old favorites, and highlighted local talent for 75 years.
Keeping Cool highlights how Newberrians dealt with the South Carolina heat before air conditioning was common.
Celebrating the Harlem Renaissance
The exhibit celebrated the significant, historic ties African Americans in Newberry have to this movement as artists, members of the great migration out of the south to northern industrial areas, and as soldiers in World War I.
Celebrating the Centennial of the 19th Amendment
In 2020 The Newberry Museum held a special ceremony and exhibit celebrating the passage of the 19th amendment.