Past Exhibitions
  • 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 created by Columbus natives Jon...

  • Miss Georgia

        The words “Miss America” have traditionally conjured images of beauty, style, and grace. For 75 years, Columbus has been part of that legacy as the host of the Miss Georgia Pageant. This exhibition...

  • 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 Assembly. Georgia Council for the...

  • 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 of living in one of...

  • William L. Hawkins: An Imaginative Geography

    From his pictures of exotic wild animals to dramatic depictions of the major buildings in his hometown of Columbus, Ohio, William Hawkins always wanted his pictures to sweep his viewers off their feet. William L....

  • Our Stories Live Here: 65 Years of the Mildred L. Terry Public Library

    In 1947, Columbus’ African American residents asked city officials a straightforward question: When will a public library be available to us? Five years later, the Fourth Avenue Library opened as the first dedicated library open...

  • From Swords to Plowshares: Metal Trench Art from World War I

            From Swords to Plowshares offers a glimpse into the dazzling array of objects known as “trench art.” This term applies to any item made by soldiers, prisoners of war, or civilians from war material...

  • Anna Betbeze: Dark Sun

    To create her current body of work–large-scale abstract painting on wool rugs–Anna Betbeze employs fire, water, acids, and colorful industrial-strength dyes. With vivid hues and battered sculptural surfaces, Betbeze’s works are layered and visceral. She...

  • Holograph: Women on Paper

    In celebration of Women’s History Month (March), The Columbus Museum has assembled some of its best works of art by female makers. Although conceived as a show of “works on paper,” that organizing principle will...

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