Aug 01, 2018 - Sep 01, 2018

Exhibit: Blueprints for Democracy

Blueprints for Democracy survey the rich history of publicly funded architecture in Missouri. From Fort Osage, which was once the U.S. military’s westernmost outpost, to the Gateway Arch, which pushed the boundaries of design and engineering, many of the state’s most significant architectural achievements have been built with public funds. Because of this, these structures often reflect civic attitudes about the public good and fiscal accountability. Just as often, however, public buildings express our common dreams and aspirations.

Time: 10 am to 4 pm, Tues. - Sat.

Location: Elizabeth Rozier Gallery, Jefferson Landing State Historic Site, 100 Jefferson St.

Cost: Free

Contact: For more information, contact the Missouri State Museum at 573-751-2854

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