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Ode to (Danny) Joy

Your Grandmoma Danny Joy by Mary Proctor was commissioned in 1995 by Anne Claussen, sister of former Morris Museum of…

An Evening of Traditional Irish Music: The Consequences.

Enjoy a performance by The Consequences, a new Irish Trad band making waves with their tight arrangements and relentless groove. These award-winning soloists, Lexie Boatright (concertina/harp), Jake James (fiddle/dance), Cara Wildman (bodhrán/dance), and Ryan Ward (piano/piano accordion), come together to create a dynamic and enthralling sound with a combination of traditional and original tunes. Members, $20; nonmembers, $25. Place reservations by…

Masters Hours

Welcome to Augusta! 🌺 We are open ALL Masters week: MON APR 8 – SAT APR 13, 10 am –…

“The Long View: From Conservation to Sustainability” Opens at the Morris Museum on June 10

The Long View From Conservation to Sustainability Works from the Bank of America Collection Opens at the Morris Museum of…

The Long View: From Conservation to Sustainability Opens at the Morris Museum of Art on June 10

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE Contact: Nicole McLeod 706.828.3815 nicole.mcleod@themorris.org The Long View From Conservation to Sustainability Works from the Bank of America…

And They All Sang Halleluja

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE   Contact: Nicole McLeod 706.828.3815 I nicole.mcleod@themorris.org    And They All Sang Hallelujah Opens at the Morris Museum…

And They All Sang Hallelujah

The cultural landscape of the American South is shaped and often identified by many things, religion among them. In the popular imagination, religion in the South is distinguished not by its denominations—mainly Protestant, often Evangelical—but by its conservative fundamentalist orientation. The single largest denominational body is the Southern Baptist Convention, and the wide distribution of its many churches is often…

A Hunt Slonem Menagerie

Explore the magic and whimsy of A Hunt Slonem Menagerie, on display at the Morris Museum of Art through June 4, 2023. An explosion of color, this exhibition features large and small scale electric neo-expressionist oil paintings of bunnies, butterflies, and tropical birds by renowned artist Hunt Slonem. Hunt Slonem was born in 1951 in Kittery, Maine, where his father, a…

Tis the Season of GIVING! 

Handcrafted ornaments, handmade wooden bowls, creative kids toys, art books and puzzles—the Morris Museum Store has an abundance of artful…

A Note from our Intern

Hello, my name is Jason Evans and I’m a senior psychology major, criminology minor attending Howard University. Over the past…