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Art

The Museum presents art ranging from modern masterpieces to recent works by young, emerging artists. The Museum’s permanent collection—acquired over 55+ years—reveals a focus on art by Southern painters, Georgia folk pottery and contemporary traditions, and gifts to the Museum by regional collectors.

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Science

The Museum provides attractive, accessible, interesting, entertaining and educational programming about science, scientists, and the processes and outcomes of scientific exploration. The Museum engages the community with its planetarium, observatory, mini-zoo, interactive displays, and more.

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Humanities

The Museum supports the traditions of cultural literacy, critical inquiry, and civic engagement. The Museum connects to visitors of all ages through its exhibitions, special events, classes and hands-on activities, while telling the story of the region and its history, philosophy, religion, literature, and art.

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Welcome

Gesturing WomanA visit to the Museum of Arts and Sciences is like a trip around the world! Where else can you see works of fine art, exotic live animals, and even explore the wonders of outer space, all at one location?

Look around and explore the exciting things that the Museum has to offer and please come visit us soon!

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  • Chromogenic Photograms by Richard Slechta
    The Museum of Arts and Sciences is delighted to present the enigmatic chromogenic photograms of California-based artist Richard Slechta from January 16 through April
  • Art Rocks

    “Art Rocks,” the newest exhibition at the Museum of Arts and Sciences (MAS), is open through February 22, 2015. This exhibition explores
  • Festival of Trees
    The 28th Annual Festival of Trees begins with a beautiful Luncheon at the Museum. Enjoy a gourmet meal especially prepared by Martha Berg
  • The Weather Is Turning Weird [data visualizations by Nathalie Miebach]
    The Museum of Arts and Sciences is pleased to present The Weather is Turning Weird: Data Visualizations by Nathalie Miebach. This exhibition is on display

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