August 21, 2020 - Present
Taking on a new aesthetic in the mid 1960's, the style referred to as Pointy People is characterized by angular, abstracted figures. A stark contrast to the older more realistic style that dominated pinball art since the 1940’s. Visit this exhibit for some examples of Pointy People.
The Art of Arthur Stenholm
May 25, 2017 - March 13, 2020
Beginning in 1964, Arthur "Art" Stenholm's created amazing artwork for pinball games for Williams, Gottlieb, and Bally for decades. Steinholm's art is distinct especially when it comes to his portrayal of women in pinball art as strong, empowering active participants. Visit this gallery to view some examples of his legacy.
Gambling, Amusement, or Both?
March 1, 2019 to Present
This exhibit explores the history of pinball, its roots in gambling and adult-oriented entertainment, and the social forces surrounding its explosive rise in popularity.
July 2, 2010 - August 1, 2010
Pinball Style: Drama and Design is an exhibition with commentary on clothing styles in pinball art from the 1940’s through the 2000’s. Curator Melissa Harmon looks at dramatic and historical context with a touch of fashion police humor.