New Exhibition Opening January 14th
Whether in the barrios or the big leagues, baseball goes hand-in-hand with cultural identity. Baseball diamonds have long served as a place for people to come together to express their cultural traditions.
¡Pleibol! In the Barrios and the Big Leagues / En los barrios y las grandes ligas will reveal how generations of Latinos/as - players, fans, owners, and managers - have helped make baseball the game it is today.
Organized by the Smithsonian Institution Traveling Exhibition Service in collaboration with the National Museum of American History.
This exhibition received generous support from the Cordoba Corporation and Linda Alvarado, and federal support from the Latino Initiatives Pool, administered by the Smithsonian Latino Center.
Exhibition made possible with additional support from AZ Humanities.
Permanent & Ongoing Exhibitions
Citizen/Enemy: Japanese American Incarceration Camps
“Citizen/Enemy” describes the tragedy of this political action and the resulting repercussions for Japanese Americans. Large-scale images from noted photographer Dorothea Lange, Russell Lee and others memorialise this period and offer a guide for reflection in the exhibition.
The Dirty Thirties: New Deal Photography Frames the Migrants' Stories
Explore the journeys of rural migrants fleeing the Dust Bowl, drought, and economic difficulties during the 1930s through compelling documentary photography taken under the auspices of the New Deal programs.
Weavings of the Diné People
The crown jewels of our collection are our pre-1940’s Navajo textiles, including: Chief’s blankets, Eye Dazzlers, Saddle blankets, Germantown weavings, Yei weavings and children's blankets.
Buffalo Soldiers: The 10th Cavalry Regiment Told Through the Art of David Laughlin
This exhibition paints a picture of daily life for African American soldiers serving in the post-Civil War American West.
Dawn of American Landscapes
Masterpieces by preeminent nineteenth century landscape painters. Works by Albert Bierstadt, Thomas Moran, Maynard Dixon, Jean-Baptiste-Camille Corot and other master artists. This collection captures the transcendental spirit of these artists' search for, and expression of, the sublime.
Four Corners Gallery & Gift Shop Hours
Closed November 24th and 25th, 2022
Wednesday - Saturday, 10am - 3pm
7000 E Tanque Verde Road,
Tucson, AZ 85715
Entrance faces Sabino Canyon Road on the east side of complex, behind Chase Bank.