Past Exhibitions
  • Winslow Homer in America

    Winslow Homer was an American landscape painter and printmaker. He is recognized as a dominant figure in nineteenth-century American realism. Homer's early work focused upon bustling urban scenes, seasonal leisure time activities, life on the...

  • Growing Up in the Valley: Stories of Childhood from the Permanent Collection

    Frontier exploration and settlement, war, roaring mills, and a growing Army post – the Chattahoochee Valley has seen a full range of life-changing and society-altering events throughout its history. The sons and daughters who grew...

  • Promises of Great Things to Come: Future Gifts to…

    This special exhibition has been organized in celebration of the Museum’s 60th Anniversary. Consisting of important gifts of American art and regional history that will come to the Museum in the future, this exhibition demonstrates...

  • Dawn Black Conceal Project

    Who are we really? There are roles we choose to play in our lives and others that are imposed on us. Our true identities are often concealed behind a mask or costume. Dawn Black’s Conceal...

  • Beautiful and Practical: Newcomb College

    Newcomb Pottery was founded in the 1890s at Sophie Newcomb College in New Orleans. It was one of a number of art pottery workshops active in the United States in the late nineteenth and early...

  • Parasols, Purses, and Petticoats: Costume Accessories from the Permanent Collection

    Accessories beautify an outfit, but they can also serve other functions. Some are items of utility: capes add warmth and purses hold necessities. Adornments indicate one’s position in society: at times only the wealthy could...

  • ROCÍO RODRÍGUEZ- Divergent Fictions: A Selection of Works from 1988 – 2012

    Rocio Rodriguez’s works reflect on universal themes referencing the opposing forces of nature, beauty, war, conflict, and pain. She transforms these forces suggesting a world where nothing is fixed and everything is in the process...

  • Things Still Treasured: Traditional Decorative Forms in the Permanent Collection

    The Columbus Museum’s American art and regional history collections include thousands of historical artifacts as well as decorative arts, folk art, textiles, paintings, sculpture, and works on paper. The fascinating objects selected for this installation...

  • Gateway to the Past: Georgia’s Leake Site

        The Leake site, a Native American archaeological site located along the Etowah River near Cartersville, Georgia, contains the remains of an American Indian occupation that lasted from approximately 300 B.C. until 650 A.D....

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