Hear photographer Raymond McCrea Jones speak about his experiences photographing basic training at Fort Benning for Birth of a Warrior. Light refreshments will follow.
This exhibition is presented by the Columbus Museum and Columbus State University’s Department of Art.
This one-of-a-kind collaboration between the Museum, New Horizons, The Joseph House Gallery, and the Bo Barlett Center provides art therapy for adults living with developmental disabilities. Light refreshments will be served.
Join us at the Museum for the Chattahoochee Valley Camellia Society’s Camellia Show! You will be blown away by the many varieties of beautiful camellias on display.
This show is complimentary.
Instructor: David Johnson
This short course will present techniques for collecting precise, sharp images and translating them into poetic form. This workshop is designed to help a poet recreate an emotion or idea in an exciting new way.
Register by March 6
Guest Artist: Meghan Lacey
Featured Book: Museum Trip
by Barbara Lehman
Create your own abstract work of art. Each participant will work with the guest artist to create his/her own unique work inspired by abstract works in the Museum’s permanent collection.
Access for the Arts is an art exploration program for individuals and caregivers with early stage Alzheimer’s. We offer monthly tours or hands-on art making sessions led by a Museum Educator.
Register by one week prior to each class.
Featuring: Danielle Frankenthal
Don’t miss a unique opportunity to participate in a meet and greet with Danielle Frankenthal, the featured artist of the WWI exhibition. Join us for light refreshments and conversation about the inspiration behind Frankenthal’s site-specific installation A War Room, unique to the Museum. Be among the first to see the WWI exhibition before it opens to the public.
RSVP by March 7
‘A War for Democracy?’: The Experience of African Americans and Women in World War I
Featuring: Dr. Jennifer Keene
We invite you to continue the celebration of the WWI exhibition opening during our Annual Rothschild Distinguished Speaker Series. This year’s lecturer, Jennifer D. Keene, is a specialist in the American military experience of WWI and published author of three books: Doughboys, the Great War and the Remaking of America; World War I: The American Soldier Experience; and The United States and the First World War. She is also the lead author for Visions of America: A History of the United States.
This series is made possible by a generous bequest from the late Norman S. Rothschild (1917- 1998) in memory of his parents Aleen and Irwin B. Rothschild. The fund allows the public the opportunity to attend and participate in programming, including lectures by nationally recognized speakers, beyond the normal scope of activities.