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Luckily for my husband and me, this museum is close to our daughter's home, which means we will have many opportunities to visit again in the future. We were impressed with the variety of art. My favorite piece was an article of clothing made by...More
Visited during a business reception. Nice, but perhaps too modern for my taste. I had trouble finding a theme as well. An exhibit of photographs from Mississippi coupled with poetry by the photographer was interesting however.
We really enjoyed checking out all the displays and trying to guess the 'name' of each one as well walked towards them. Since my son was on crutches we only did the outside path and opted to not visit indoors as he was worn out...More
A very attractive small university museum- some pieces from permanent collection out and then usually a traveling show.
From time to time they show American self taught art- so strong in the south.
I remember a memorable Howard Finster show here several,years back.
The museum building and grounds are lovely - well laid out, beautiful views and gardens. The museum itself is a bit short on art - there's really not much hanging or standing artwork at all - there is plenty of space. Several entire rooms were...More
Outdoor sculptures, Chihuly chandelier, social exhibits, concerts and receptions all make this small art museum special. Because it is free, you can make frequent visits and say as long (or short) as your attention span allows. It has a bike rack and is on a...More
The museum was just remodeled and is physically very attractive. Small but diverse collection. The feature exhibition of artwork by Leo Twiggs, "Requiem for Mother Emmanuel" worth the visit, but also enjoyed the Chihuly chandelier and ouside gardens and sculpture. I commend Auburn for not...More