Thanks to USA Today for a list of great spring and summer exhibits! Midwest Meetings wants to highlight the two that are located in the Midwest for you to consider.
Rolling Stone / 50 Years at the Rock & Roll Hall of Fame in Cleveland
May 5 - Nov. 26
In honor of Rolling Stone’s 50th anniversary, the Rock & Roll Hall Fame will dedicate three floors to the iconic magazine’s writers, critics, photographers, subjects, and impact on American culture. Relive musical history with unforgettable cover images of John Lennon and Yoko Ono, Miley Cyrus, Janis Joplin, Janet Jackson, Elvis Presley, Chuck Berry and Miles Davis. The exhibit includes rarely heard stories, original manuscripts, music reviews and audio interviews. rockhall.com/rolling-stone-50-years-0
Through Aug. 6
Dogs get their day in Indianapolis this spring at the Dogs: Faithful and True exhibit. The Eiteljorg Museum of American Indians and Western Art highlights dogs as heroes, workers and companions in Native American cultures and the West. The museum makes its canine case through films, historic and contemporary paintings, sculptures, weavings, photographs and artifacts. There will also be opportunities for dogs and their owners to participate in outdoor programming and a chance to meet an Iditarod musher and her dogs. eiteljorg.org/explore/exhibitions/dogs-faithful-and-true
For the full list see USA TODAY.