EXPLORE EXHIBITS

There are always so many wonderful and exciting things happening at our museum. This is the place to find out about past, current, upcoming, and virtual exhibitions and collections. In addition to our permanent collections, our team of curators work hard to provide our guests with new and exciting offerings from around the world.

Youth DE'VIA

A revolving exhibit of the National Youth De'VIA competition will be on display every September. 

September

Chuck Baird Art Gallery

The Chuck Baird Art Gallery showcases a broad range of nationwide De'VIA and Deaf artists' work which convey the Deaf worldview and experience.

Ongoing

Deaf Culture

Find out why being Deaf is not a disability, it's a human experience of experiencing the world with a Deaf worldview.

Ongoing

History of Deaf Culture

The rich history of Deaf culture is explored though the history of a school for the Deaf.

Ongoing

A Different Way To Hear

Being Deaf means living in a visual world, a world where sight takes precedence and the norm is communication through a visual language rather than a spoken language.

Ongoing

Deaf Community Interviews

These interviews capture the essence of a Deaf person's journey in the United States.

Ongoing

Luther "Dummy" Hoy

If the sports world can thank anyone for the signs used in baseball today, Luther “Dummy” Taylor, a pitcher for the New York Giants in the early 1900’s would be that person.

Ongoing

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Please support the William J. Marra Museum, the only independently owned and public museum about Deaf history, arts and culture in the United States. Donations help keep exhibits fresh and inspiring for guests like you.

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MUSEUM OF DEAF HISTORY, ARTS & CULTURE ®

Our museum offers an opportunity to learn about the rich heritage and experience of being Deaf.  Group tours and museum reservations are available. We are a non-profit 501(c)3 foundation so donations are always appreciated.

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