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Tuesday-Sunday - 10am-5:30pm
Thursdays - 10am-8:30pm
Free: Members, children 5 & under
$8: Seniors 60+ & Students 18+ (with ID)
$5: Students 6-17 years old
Every Columbus City School 5th grader can tour the museum for free, your support makes this possible.
Each year, every Columbus City School 5th grade student - more than 5,000 - participates in the Artful Reading program at no cost. This is made possible in part through the generous support of The Harry C. Moores Foundation and McGraw-Hill Education.
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Visit the golden age of Paris at the turn of the last century with Toulouse-Lautrec and La Vie Moderne: Paris 1880 – 1910. On view February 7, 2014 - May 18, 2014.
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In the Eye of the Storm highlights seventy-one of the paintings, drawings, and prints collected by Phillip J. and Suzanne Schiller over the past twenty years.Learn more
Framing America's focus is determinedly and liberatingly inclusive, showing how popular and vernacular arts have had just as great cultural and inspirational impact as the work of trained artists.Learn more
American Expressionism brings to light the work of a group of men and women whose art has for too long remained in obscurity.Learn more
Lawrence and Audrey Goldsmith are Columbus natives that have joined forces to create unique and copyrighted kaleidoscopes. One can appreciate the beauty of the glass chosen for their work, the non-lead solder and the finest optical quality, top surface mirrors are used to produce these beautiful works.Learn more