Georgia Museum of Art
Georgia Museum of Art
Georgia Museum of Art

Georgia Museum of Art

Located on the University of Georgia's East Campus, the Georgia Museum of Art is the official state museum of art. Admission is always free.

Introduce shape and color theory to your little ones with two great pop-ups from Tango Books! "Making Shapes" and "Making Colors" use vibrant, three-dimensional design to teach basic geometry and color mixing. Available now in the Museum Shop for $19.95 each ($17.96, members of the Friends).

While gathering up your books and supplies for the new school year, don't forget a unique, durable bag to tote them around in! Shoppers, messenger bags and pencil cases from Blue Q are made from recycled materials and are tough enough to get all your gear to and from class all year long. Available now in the Museum Shop for $6–$19.95 each ($5.40–$17.96, members of the Friends).

In celebration of "El Taller de Gráfica Popular: Vida y Arte," the Museum Shop has imported a fantastic selection of Mexican handicrafts, available only for the duration of the exhibition. These pieces are created by native artisans from villages throughout rural Mexico. Pictured here are hand-painted clay angels from Puebla artisan Saul Montesinos, available for $35 each ($31.50, members of the Friends).

Family Day: Puppetry Party. July 18, 2015

Family Day: Puppetry Party. July 18, 2015

Family Day: Puppetry Party. July 18, 2015

Family Day: Puppetry Party. July 18, 2015

Director Bill Eiland talking with attendees at 90 Carlton: Summer 2015

Callan Steinmann and Brittany Ranew of our education department at 90 Carlton: Summer 2015

Michael Ricker, lender to the TGP exhibition, visiting 90 Carlton: Summer 2015

Bruce Chessé performing a puppet show for guests at 90 Carlton: Summer 2015

The exhibition "Fleeting Pleasures: Japanese Woodblock Prints from the Georgia Museum of Art" will be on view at the Evelyn Burrow Museum at Wallace State Community College, Hanceville, Alabama, Oct. 15 –Dec. 3, 2015.

Two works by Edmund Lewandowski ("Devil's Gateway," GMOA 1961.814 [pictured], and "Third Avenue, N.Y.C.," GMOA 1990.1) were on view as part of the exhibition "Edmund Lewandowski: Precisionism and Beyond" at the Winthrop Galleries, Rock Hill, South Carolina, Sept. 6 – Dec. 9, 2010; the Mobile Museum of Art, Alabama, Jan. 21 – April 2, 2011; the Flint Institute of Arts, Michigan, May 7 – Aug. 7, 2011; and the Georgia Museum of Art Sept. 10 – Dec. 4, 2011.

The museum organized the exhibition "Prints by Women: Selected European and American Works from the Georgia Museum of Art," which was on view at Arts Clayton, Jonesboro, Georgia, Aug. 5 – Sept. 24, 2011.

Art Rosenbaum's "McIntosh County Shouters" (GMOA 1996.84) was on view as part of the exhibition "Art Rosenbaum: Voices" at The Bascom, Highlands, North Carolina, Sept. 1 – Nov. 10, 2012.

Four works by Anna Richards Brewster ("Chalk Cliffs, Isle of Wight," GMOA 1954.467; "Church Near Menaggio, Lake Como," GMOA 1954.471; "Japanese Print and White Narcissus," GMOA 1954.482; and "Near Menaggio, Lake Como, Italy," GMOA 1954.907 [pictured]) were on view as part of the exhibition "Her Impressions" at The Bascom, Highlands, North Carolina, June 23 – Sept. 16, 2012.

Frank Weston Benson's "Young Girl by a Window" (GMOA 1945.4) was on view as part of the exhibition "Impressionist Summers: Frank W. Benson's North Haven" at the Farnsworth Art Museum, Rockland, Maine, June 16 – Oct. 21, 2012.

Marsden Hartley's "In the Moraine, Dogtown Common, Cape Ann" (GMOA 1969.2533) was on view as part of the exhibition "Marsden Hartley in Dogtown" at the Cape Ann Museum, Gloucester, Massachusetts, June 9 – Oct. 14, 2012.

Burhan Dogançay's "No. 2 Wall; Free Again" (GMOA 1968.2241) was on view as part of the exhibition "Fifty Years of Urban Walls: A Burhan Dogançay Retrospective" at the Istanbul Modern, Turkey, May 22 – Sept. 23, 2012.

Romare Bearden's "Mecklenburg County, Lamp at Midnight" (GMOA 1998.21) was on view as part of the exhibition "Romare Bearden: Southrn Recollections" at the Mint Museum Uptown, Charlotte, North Carolina, Sept. 2, 2011 – Jan. 7, 2012; the Tampa Museum of Art, Florida, Jan. 28 – May 6, 2012; and the Newark Museum, New Jersey, May 23 – Aug. 19, 2012.

The museum organized the exhibition "The New York Collection for Stockholm," which was on view at the Georgia Museum of Art Aug. 18 – Oct. 28, 2012, and at the Seligmann Center for the Arts, Sugar Loaf, New York, June 9 – Sept. 30, 2013.

The museum organized the exhibition "The Art of Disegno: Italian Prints and Drawings from the Georgia Museum of Art," which was on view at the Snite Museum of Art, Notre Dame, Indiana, Jan. 11 – March 1, 2009; the Georgia Museum of Art May 14 – Aug. 7, 2011; the Crocker Art Museum, Sacramento, California, Nov. 19, 2011 – Feb. 12, 2012; and the Mobile Museum of Art, Alabama, Jan. 25 – April 14, 2013