The Covering: Retrospective Celebrating Wini McQueen

Through October 25, 2020 Wini “Akissi” McQueen, born in 1943, is an African American textile artist based in Macon, Georgia. Throughout this exhibition, she offers powerful metaphorical themes related to cotton, the fabric medium that has “covered her life” and threads throughout her work. Grounded in a rich history of...

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WE: American Voices

February 21 - October 25, 2020   Separation, struggle, trauma, and triumphs are all themes central to the Museum of Arts and Sciences' newest exhibition titled, "WE: American Voices" by artist Micaela Hobbs. Hobbs' most recent project addresses the social and political strife throughout American history from the perspective of...

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Cut and Paste: Works of Paper

December 6, 2019 - February 14, 2020 The state of Georgia has long been known for its five P’s in agriculture — poultry, peaches, peanuts, pecans and paper — but only one of these has attracted a wide array of Georgia artists. Organized by the Georgia Museum of Art at...

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Al2 Si2 O5 (OH)4

Through January 15, 2020 The clay mineral kaolinite is one of Georgia's most famous exports. It plays a role in almost everything you touch or use throughout the day, but have you ever really thought much about this fantastic mineral? Where does it come from? What does it look like...

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