Brand new kiosk outside the Dedham Museum building with posters on it.

There’s a new sign in town!

Kiosk is installed on Museum’s front lawn.

If you’ve walked by the Dedham Museum & Archive recently you would have noticed the new red and gray kiosk on the museum’s front lawn at 612 High Street. With the double-sided kiosk the museum is now able to share information about upcoming events, programs, and news in a more visible way so please be sure to see what’s happening at your local museum!
The kiosk, by Janiga Design with museum staff and committee input, is the latest component of the museum’s rebranding campaign, which includes the repainted interior, new color scheme, new name, and new logo—the museum’s iconic arch—all which are part of the kiosk. And for the installation, be sure to thank John Kelly of John Kelly Painting for making the difference in how wonderful the kiosk looks and for donating his time to help the museum! We appreciate his continued donations of time and materials to the museum, both inside and outside, in addition to his repainting the galleries, for which he was hired in 2022.
Funding for the kiosk and logo were made possible through a SHARP grant from Mass Humanities, which receives support from the Mass Cultural Council and through the National Endowment for the Humanities via the American Rescue Plan.