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Ulrich Essentials: Credits

Advisory Board

Tami Bradley, Chair, Saroj Arab, Michelle Bastian, John Carnahan, Justin Elkouri, Genevieve Farha, Trish Higgins, Tracy Hoover, Deb McArthur, V. Kaye Monk-Morgan Ed. D., Kate Nicholson, Donna Perline, Janel Razook, Christopher Shank, Jennifer Skliris, Keith Stevens, Craig Thompson, Jan Twomey, Peri Widener. Ex-Officio: Vivian Zavataro, Lynn Nichols, Elizabeth H. King, Pam Bjork, Rodney Miller, Shirley Lefever, Ann Marie Siegwarth

Ulrich Museum Alliance

The Alliance is a group of volunteers who raise awareness and promote the arts throughout our growing community. Alliance members give their time, energy, and enthusiasm to support our public programs, community outreach, and educational engagement. They fund scholarships to the School of Art, Design and Creative Industries, and are true ambassadors of the arts and the Ulrich.

Ulrich Alliance

Pam Bjork, President

Members: Justin Bjork, Darryl Carrington, Kendra Cremin, Mina Estrada, Ernst S. Kind, Amy Hopper, Ginger Mayfield, Megan St.Clair, Emily Scott, Hannah Scott, Denise Jackson-Simon, Tim Stone, Christine Tasheff, Christian Taylor. Ex Officio: Tami Bradley, Trish Higgins.

Ulrich Docents

James Farley, Deb McArthur, Wilma Moore Black, Vicki Mork, Don Rogus, Randall Treece, and Sue White

Martin H. Bush Outdoor Sculpture Collection

The renowned Martin H. Bush Outdoor Sculpture Collection boasts 86 works spread across the 330-acre Wichita State University campus, and was chosen by Public Art Review magazine as one of the Top Ten campus sculpture collections in the U.S. Experience sculptures by Henry Moore, Louise Nevelson, Fernando Botero, Andy Goldsworthy, Tom Otterness, and many more, in a collection that is always free and always open.

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The Ulrich is now partnering with the Smartify app to provide you the most detailed information possible about our artworks during your visit. By downloading the app to your phone, you can scan any piece in our Outdoor Sculpture Collection, or in our exhibitions, and immediately access detailed information about each piece. To learn more, visit

Permanent Collection

As the university art museum for Wichita State University, the Ulrich Museum is a vital community resource bridging the intellectual inquiry of the campus with the quest for enjoyment and lifelong learning in Wichita and the region. The Ulrich Museum has amassed a nationally significant collection of more than 6,700 works that span the 20th and now 21st centuries. In over 40 years of operation, the Ulrich has judiciously developed its permanent collection with exemplary works by such acknowledged masters as Diane Arbus, Radcliffe Bailey, Zhang Huan, Sol LeWitt, Joan Miró, Claes Oldenburg, Gordon Parks, Kara Walker, and many more.

Museum Website & Collection Portal

In 2020, the Ulrich launched its redesigned and expanded website as an extension of the Museum. An enhanced digital platform designed to enliven and enrich visitor experiences, it places art front and center. The site is an exceptional resource for viewers everywhere, offering in-depth information on exhibitions, programs, events, teaching and learning, over 100 links to archived videos, and the Collection Portal, which gives users direct access to more than 6,000 objects in the collection with expanded content and images.


The WSU Foundation acknowledges all financial donations to the Museum, which are in fact donations to Wichita State University. Donations are also acknowledged by the Museum and printed in the semiannual Ulrich Update newsletter.

Location and Parking

Located near the corner of Hillside and 17th Street, the Ulrich Museum of Art is directly north of 17th on Fairmount Street on the Wichita State University campus. Visitor parking at WSU is free and easy

on evenings and weekends. The Ulrich Museum offers dedicated free parking spaces just south of the Museum entrance on Fairmount Street. For information on parking at WSU, visit:

Join Us on Social Media

We are excited to offer a wide range of Museum-related content across multiple social media platforms: Facebook, Instagram, Twitter and YouTube!

Each platform offers something slightly different, but, combined, they can keep you up to date on everything from programs and events to lessons about pieces from our permanent collection. Did you know there’s a way you can help us reach even wider audiences on social media? By engaging with our posts—whether by liking, commenting, sharing/retweeting, tagging (@ulrichmuseum) and hashtagging us (#ulrichmuseum)— you can affect these platforms’ algorithms and help our posts go viral! Please consider engaging with and sharing our posts as often as you like—you’ll be helping people all over the world discover the Ulrich!

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Share your Ulrich Memories with us!

Our 50th anniversary is right around the corner (in 2024) and we’re planning lots of great exhibitions and events to celebrate the Museum’s excellence. We are collecting memories from folks who have been connected to the Ulrich over the years. Whether you are a present or past employee, a donor, volunteer, student, or visitor, we’d love to hear your favorite Ulrich memories. The memories we collect will be shared throughout our 50th anniversary celebrations. Submit your memory today at

Free Membership: Ulrich+You

With you, we are transforming and sustaining the Ulrich Museum of Art. Join us in pride, community, and discovery by becoming a stakeholder in the Museum’s future. As a member, you receive email invitations to exhibitions, programs, and special events. You have a free subscription to the semiannual Ulrich Update and receive our weekly e-newsletter, U-News. Join the Ulrich Free Membership program online. It’s easy!


US Ulrich Sponsorships: We are offering a broad range of sponsorship opportunities that we hope will align with your interests and passions. Please consider supporting the Ulrich through this much-anticipated and exciting à la carte menu of options located on the Sponsorships page.


The Ulrich Museum proudly offers free admission to its exhibitions, programs, events, and outdoor sculpture collection. Please consider making a donation when you visit the Museum.

Monday-Saturday 11am-5pm 
Closed Sundays, University & Major Holidays | Free Admission | 316.978.3664
1845 Fairmount; Wichita, KS 67260-0046