Past Exhibitions
  • And Still We Rise: Race, Culture and Visual Conversations

    Using the powerful medium of story quilts, And Still We Rise: Race, Culture and Visual Conversations narrates nearly four centuries of African American history, from the first slave ships to the first African American president...

  • Poetry of Earth: Works by Sally Bradley and Stephen Hawks

    The poetry of earth is never dead: When all the birds are faint with the hot sun, And hide in cooling trees, a voice will run From hedge to hedge about the new-mown mead; That...

  • Discovering the Chattahoochee Valley

    Artist René Shoemaker has transformed the Galleria with an exhibition of large-scale silk paintings, on view until the July 2016. Shoemaker, a long-time resident of Athens, Georgia, creates hand-painted silk works that celebrate the distinctive character...

  • Once Collected, Always Cherished

    The Columbus Museum recently acquired several items from the collection of the late Russell County Circuit Court Judge George Greene. An avid collector of local historical artifacts for decades, Greene served on the Museum’s History...

  • Chattahoochee Cookin’

    In any discussion of American food, the South’s brand of home cooking rises to the top as a regionally distinctive tradition, and certainly one of the tastiest. The Chattahoochee Valley has its own proud culinary...

  • Leaving Mississippi – Reflections on Heroes and Folklore: Works by Najee Dorsey

    “In the work I do, I present an American experience through the lens of my African-American perspective,” says Najee Dorsey. In the exhibition Leaving Mississippi – Reflections on Heroes and Folklore, Dorsey’s Mississippi Delta roots...

  • Lamar Baker

    One of the many important artists to work in Columbus, Lamar Baker is best known for his vivid, frequently surrealist, depictions of Southern life. An Atlanta native, Baker moved to New York in 1935 to...

  • American Paintings from the Collection of Wesleyan College

    This beautiful exhibition features paintings from the collection of Wesleyan College in Macon. The core of the collection was donated to the college during the 1930s through 1950s by distinguished painter and Wesleyan alumna, Helena...

  • Two Republics: 17th Century Dutch & 19th Century American Art for the Common Man

    There are many parallels between the Dutch Golden Age of the 17th century and the self-confident culture of America in the 19th century. Both societies emphasized freedom, the common man, patriotism, love of their land,...

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