The Columbus Museum brings American art and history to life for the communities of the Chattahoochee Valley.
The Alma Thomas Society, a category of membership that supports The Columbus Museum's Fund for African American Art, recently voted overwhelmingly to acquire an untitled piece by glass artist Therman Statom, who studied with glass artist Dale Chihuly.
BLACK ART IN AMERICA™ (BAIA), the leading online portal and network focused on African American Art in the nation, announces its donation of 15 works of art to The Columbus Museum. The compelling works are rendered by an array of prominent master and contemporary African American artists. The generous gift is part of BAIA’s ongoing effort to ensure the works of African American artists are represented in the nation’s public institutions.
For the first time, The Columbus Museum is lighting up for the holidays. The Museum's drive-thru Holiday of Lights officially kicked off Tuesday, Dec. 8 with a performance by The Columbus Ballet. Director Marianne Richter said Museum staff wanted to do something that may offer the community some holiday cheer during this challenging year.