The Morris Museum of Art's mission is to exhibit art produced by Southern artists or which depict the South regardless of the artist's origin. It's draw for me has always been the traveling exhibitions which it gets. The permanent collection is displayed in limited space and gives you enough of the various eras though space is limited. They have a significant collection of intuitive or outsider art only a small portion of which is displayed. However its presence in the collection seems to make a the Morris more open to art of this type in its traveling repertoire. It's on the river walk, and is an inexpensive museum that has an approachable collection, helpful staff, an interesting store and a pleasant, informative way to while away an hour and a half or two.
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