Past Exhibitions
  • Between the Lines

    The Columbus Museum’s excellent collection of American drawings, which includes original works produced with graphite, charcoal, watercolor, pastel, and cut paper, will be the focus of Between the Lines: American Drawings from the Columbus Museum. The exhibition will highlight recent...

  • Dancing on the Edge of the Abyss: Abstraction by African American Women Artists in The Cochran Collection

    Wes and Missy Cochran of LaGrange, Georgia, have been acquiring works by American masters of printmaking for more than 40 years. During that time, they have generously shared aspects of their collection with other communities...

  • Memory’s Cabinets: An Exhibition of Fascinating Gadgets from the Vault of the Museum

    People have long collected curious items to display as proof of their knowledge and to help them remember the past. Memory’s Cabinets will present dozens of unusual and seldom-seen gadgets, contraptions, and machines from the...

  • St. EOM’s Pasaquan

    Eddie Owens Martin often said that his visionary art site Pasaquan was “where the past and the present and the future and everything else comes together.” Guest curated by Columbus State University (CSU) faculty and students, this exhibition offers an introduction to...

  • We Tattooed Your Father

    This exhibition explores the colorful history of tattoos in the Chattahoochee Valley, from Muscogee (Creek) warriors to Fort Benning soldiers and civilian residents. In addition to examining the talents of contemporary local tattoo artists, the...

  • Match-Up: New Works on Paper in Dialogue

    This exhibition presents a selection of prints, drawings, and photographs that were donated to The Columbus Museum in the past two and a half years. Displayed in pairs or trios, these works on paper affirm...

  • Eddie Dominguez: Garden of Eden

    This exhibition, which includes several new sculptures never before on public view, debuts Eddie Dominguez and his oeuvre to the Chattahoochee Valley. The youngest of eight children, Eddie Dominguez grew up in Tucumcari, New Mexico,...

  • The Idea of West

    The Idea of West redefines traditional views of the American West, drawing connections between the work of three contemporary photographers and the acclaimed work of Ansel Adams. The exhibition prompts viewers to reconsider their preconceptions...

  • Ansel Adams: The Masterworks

    American photographer Ansel Easton Adams (1902-1984) is most known for his black and white images of the American West, particularly Yosemite National Park. Adams was also an environmentalist, and primarily used large-format cameras because their...

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