The pages in this leatherbound scrapbook in the Reynolda Estate Archives are blank, ready for your Reynolda stories! For our upcoming centennial year celebrations in 2017, we want your images, words, and memories of Reynolda. Find out how to share yours below!
The Grant Wood and the American Farm swag you've been waiting for!

Through the month of October, get a FREE custom exhibition button for Grant Wood and the American Farm when you purchase tickets online. Through art and objects, this exclusive Reynolda House exhibition tells the story of the American Farm over 100 years. We're also interested in your farm stories! Tag your photos and stories on social media with #ReynoldaFarm or send an email to Browse our Facebook album of some of our favorites!
Opening 10/29, Reynolda at 100: Reynolda Farm

Described in 1917 as an "experiment station," Reynolda Farm was a model farm and dairy where local farmers could learn the newest techniques in scientific agriculture, dairying, livestock raising, and horticulture. Drawn largely from the historic photographs and manuscript collections from the Reynolda House Archives, many on display for the first time, this new exhibition will illustrate the impact of Reynolda Farm on local agriculture and the context and conditions of life at Reynolda. Find out more information on our website.

Object of the Month: Farm Pond (1957) by Andrew Wyeth

Date: Wednesday, November 2
Time: 1 p.m
Cost: Free with Museum admission

Curator Allison Slaby will give a talk on Andrew Wyeth's 1957 work, Farm Pond, a part of Reynolda's collection. Now on view during Grant Wood and the American Farm.

Reynolda After Hours' Camel City Cocktail

Date: Friday, November 4
Time: 9 p.m. - 11 p.m.
Cost:  $35 for individuals, $60 for pairs

Mingle with friends and strangers for a night of drinks, dancing, and discovering Reynolda's history. Proceeds support the museum's educational mission, so consider this philanthropic revelry. The night will include a hosted bar, light hors d'oeuvres, and live music by Hot Sauce. Find out more information on our website.
Send us your memories and hopes for the future of Reynolda!

Reynolda's Chief Storyteller, Aaron Canipe, is looking for your photographs and stories over the last century. We're collecting your photos and words to be showcased on a new website we're launching next year. Want your story included? Read about how you can on our latest blog post.

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"My Home, 1920, Bungalo" taken from Nancy Reynolds's photo album, 1920
Renyolda House Museum of American Art