Views from the Pacific Front
An entire generation of American men traveled abroad during World War II, receiving an education in unfamiliar landscapes and cultures in both Europe and the Pacific. This exhibition features artwork...
March 2 - August 11, 2019
David Kimball Anderson: Snow Pictures
This exhibition is generously sponsored by the W.C. Bradley Company with additional support from Georgia Council for the Arts through the appropriations of the Georgia General...
March 16 - July 14, 2019
The project will unpack the layers of significance of snow for the artist as well as explore metaphorical meanings for this magical form of precipitation. Artist and sculptor David Kimball Anderson was born and raised in Southern California, where seasonal change was not a common occurrence. After a move to Santa Fe. New Mexico in the 1970s, the artist was struck by winter light and a variety of sensations via snow. This exhibition includes small drawings, watercolors, and sculpture dedicated to the subject.
The Doctor is In
This exhibition is generously presented by Piedmont Columbus Regional....
April 27, 2019 - June 2020
From folk remedies to digital technologies, the history of medicine is the story of people striving to give loved ones and neighbors effective remedies for illness without causing additional harm. This exhibition examines the history of healthcare in Columbus, from the first hospital known as the pest house, largely used as a quarantine facility, to more advanced city hospitals and the early 20th-century influx of African American medical professionals as civil rights leaders, to today’s multiple medical campuses and local specialties in sports medicine, women’s health, and cancer treatment. The roles of women as midwives, nurses, and doctors will also be given special attention.
Making Conversation with Warren Williams Homes
In this exciting exhibition: Throughout the summer and fall, The Columbus Museum’s Making Conversation project has brought together volunteers and residents of Warren Williams Homes to capture previously unknown stories...
December 2018 - May 2019