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While the building is under construction, join us throughout 2023 for The Columbus Museum on Tour as we share our collection at venues around the Chattahoochee Valley. Click below for more details. 

The Columbus Museum brings American art and history to life for the communities of the Chattahoochee Valley. 

After decades of painting for his own creative, intellectual, and expressive needs, diligently working in virtual obscurity out of his home, Moore experienced his first solo gallery exhibition, “CONVERSATIONS IN BLACK SURREALITY”, with Seattle’s Frederick Holmes And Company in 2019. The Gallery has since become the exclusive representative of the artist. That editorial caught the attention of Frederick Walz, Ph.D, Curator of the Columbus Museum in Georgia, who wrote to the Gallery in November 2021, expressing interest in Moore’s painting, “THE NIGHT BEFORE SACRED TRUTH” for the museum’s permanent collection.

The Columbus Museum and the Columbus State University Department of Art are teaming up on yarn bombing the landscape in front of the Corn Center for Visual Arts.

The event is part of the Columbus Museum’s touring exhibition A Ribbon Runs Through It: Textiles from the Columbus Museum and is open to the public.

The Columbus Museum says the event will allow participants to crochet vines of flowers, shapes, and quilted designs, which will be created from recycled sweaters donated by Goodwill.

The Columbus Museum has begun its tour around the Chattahoochee Valley, bringing exceptional exhibitions and engaging programming to collaborating partner venues in the area during its renovation. The tour kicked off its first exhibition, A Ribbon Runs Through It: Textiles from The Columbus Museum, at the Columbus State University Illges Gallery in the Corn Center for the Visual Arts. The show is now open and runs until March 4, 2023.

Hours of Operation

Monday: Closed
Tuesday: 10 A.M.– 5 P.M.
Wednesday: 10 A.M.– 5 P.M.
Thursday: 10 A.M.– 8 P.M.
Friday: 10 A.M.– 5 P.M.
Saturday: 10 A.M.– 5 P.M.
Sunday: 1 P.M.– 5 P.M.