The Elizabeth Rozier Gallery

at Missouri State Museum

The Elizabeth Rozier Gallery features rotating exhibits inside the Union Hotel, located at 101 Jefferson Street. For further information, please call 573-751-2854.

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2017 Exhibits

small immigrant child holding a balloon
March 5 – May 13
The Missouri Immigrant Experience:  Faces and Places

"The Missouri Immigrant Experience: Faces & Places" is a traveling exhibit presented by Missouri Immigrant & Refugee Advocates and the Missouri Humanities Council.

This exhibit features modern and historical images of Missouri’s immigrant communities taken by Missouri-based artists.

field and farm buildings
May 23 – Aug. 12
Missouri c. 1925

The Missouri c. 1925 exhibit features photographs from the Missouri State Museum‘s collection. The photographs, taken in the 1920s, document a state of contrasts: traditions and progress, rural and urban, scenic beauty and industrial output. Explore historic scenes of Missouri and consider the places that create a state’s identity.

Aug. 21-Dec. 2
Earth from Space

An exhibit from the Smithsonian Institution Traveling Exhibition Service, Earth from Space, uses satellite imagery to showcase the fascinating features of the Earth’s surface. To add a local perspective, the exhibit will feature interactive and educational components that detail Missouri’s unique geographical landscapes.