The James Museum from Home

We invite you to discover a new way to experience the museum through curated content based on our collection. Choose a theme below to explore art, movies, books, music, children’s activities and more.

ALL Themes

Jason Rich, A Western Heritage

Cowboys

Discover diverse perspectives on life in the West, and an expansive look at what it means to be a cowboy (and cowgirl).

Ray Swanson, Wanna Share the Frybread?

Navajo Culture

Explore the rich history and cultural traditions of the Navajo people through a variety of lenses, including visual art, music, literature, films, food, and more.

Michael Coleman, Prince of the Okavango

Wildlife

Explore visual art, movies, books, and family activities that celebrate wildlife and inspire us to care about the natural world.

Tom Browning, Among the Wildflowers

Spring

We welcome spring and its promise of new beginnings. Experience the vibrant signs of the season – birth, hope, renewal,  growth, and redemption – through an array of art, movies, books, and family activities.

John Cogan, Eventide

Sky

Set your sights above as we explore the sky, from cloud formations to celestial bodies. Discover works of art, books, movies, and creative activities that encourage daydreaming and stargazing.

Charlie Dye, Dinner Music

Community

What does community mean to you?
Explore creative offerings by artists, writers, and filmmakers who reflect on ways that human connection, shared experience, belonging, support, and healing can come through community bonds.

John Nieto,  Not Necessarily the End of the Trail

something borrowed

Pablo Picasso famously said, “Good artists borrow, great artists steal.” Discover the original artwork —that went on to inspire some of the great artists of today— in our exploration of borrowed imagery. 

John Nieto,  Not Necessarily the End of the Trail

something borrowed

Pablo Picasso famously said, “Good artists borrow, great artists steal.” Discover the original artwork —that went on to inspire some of the great artists of today— in our exploration of borrowed imagery. 

Fritz Scholder, Buffalo Dancer

Indian Artists

Spotlighting influential 20th century Native American artists in The James collection, read about how these painters and sculptors were also art pioneers.

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