November 26 Museum Store Sunday
10 am–4 pm

Joslyn Art Museum Welcomes Everyone to Museum Store Sunday with Special Treats and Offers All Day!

Joslyn’s Hitchcock Museum Shop offers a shopping experience unlike any other in Omaha and is excited to announce its participation in a new annual day devoted to museum shops — Museum Store Sunday. Positioned between “Black Friday” and “Cyber Monday” over the Thanksgiving holiday weekend, the first-ever Museum Store Sunday promises relaxing, inspired experiences and gives people a chance to give back to the community through support of local, non-profit musueums.
  • Free Gift with Purchase Choose from two full-size posters (one featuring Degas’ Little Dancer, one featuring a work by Swiss artist Karl Bodmer)
  • Free Gift Wrapping Joslyn’s exclusive service for Museum members will be available to all shoppers on Museum Store Sunday. Gifts will be wrapped in signature Joslyn silver paper with silver ribbon. Free wrapping limited to items purchased in Joslyn’s Hitchcock Museum Shop.
  • Free Hot Cider & Cookies — while supplies last!
  • Discounted Exhibition Tickets Be sure to include a visit to the galleries during your time at Joslyn on Museum Store Sunday! The Museum is a rejuvenating, unique place to bring the entire family over the holiday weekend. On November 26, general public adults and college students with valid ID will enjoy $1 off tickets to the exhibition Marks of Genius: 100 Extraordinary Drawings from the Minneapolis Institute of Art. (Tickets regularly priced at $10 for general public adults and $5 for college students with valid ID; Joslyn members and youth ages 17 and younger receive free tickets; general admission to the Museum’s permanent collection is always free).

A curated retail space, the Museum Shop features items inspired by Joslyn’s building, history, and varied art collections alongside the work of jewelers, potters, glassmakers, printmakers, woodworkers, and fiber/fabric artists. Presently, the Museum Shop features work by 33 distinct artists, all but five of whom are from Nebraska or Iowa. An official distributor and exclusive local source for merchandise from artisan workshops, Joslyn’s Hitchcock Museum Shop showcases one-of-a-kind items from The Chihuly Workshop and Glass Eye Studio (both Washington), Lundberg Studios Art Glass (California), and Ephraim Pottery (Wisconsin). The Shop also features plenty of items celebrating Joslyn’s building, collections, and programs — from mugs, magnets, and Chihuly-inspired puzzles, to books, art socks, and notecards (including the latest folios showcasing the newly reinstalled European collection). Many of the art-focused books, toys, and games featured in Joslyn’s hands-on space ART WORKS: A Place for Curiosity are for sale in the Shop, as are exhibition-related books and merchandise in a constantly-rotating selection. Additionally, every fall, the Shop brings in new home décor items exclusively for the holidays.

About Museum Store Sunday
The Museum Store Association (MSA), in partnership with the United Kingdom’s Association for Cultural Enterprises andthe Museum Shops Association of Australia and New Zealand, is launching Museum Store Sunday, as the annual day toshop conscientiously and support museum stores and their missions worldwide. As part of this global campaign, consumersand visitors are invited to give with meaning by shopping at museum stores for unique, mission-related products whiledirectly supporting museums and cultural institutions with proceeds from all purchases.
About the Museum Store Association
The Museum Store Association (MSA) is a 501(c)3 international organization with the mission of advancing the non-profit retail industry, its museum stores, and the success of the professionals engaged in it. MSA offers educational information and programs throughout the year culminating in an annual conference and trade show highlighting the best in the industry. By advocating for and encouraging high standards of curated products, knowledge, and professionalism, MSA helps museum stores and their non-profit retail professionals better serve their institutions and the public.