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At Auburn's art museum, we believe art changes lives.

Out of the Box

Juror Willie Cole names top three prizewinners

Because This is Auburn

Museum Joins in Auburn University's Comprehensive Campaign

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Museum Programs

Through the presentation of compelling exhibitions and programs to our diverse audiences, we foster the transformative power of art. With more than 200 programs and events and over 30,000 visitors annually, Jule Collins Smith Museum is one of the leading art museums in the state.

Shop & Dine

Enjoy JCSM’s amenities in a beautiful setting! Select handcrafted and out of the ordinary gifts from the Museum Shop. The Museum Café serves lunch from 11:00 AM to 2:00 PM Tuesday through Friday with an evening menu on Thursdays 5 to 8 PM.

Major Gifts

Giving to Auburn

JCSM is a charitable, nonprofit organization committed to lifelong learning and community enrichment. By giving to Auburn’s art museum, you are investing in our future and allowing us to achieve our mission of changing lives through the transformative power of art. Over 80% of our total annual fundraising goal is focused on major gifts to underwrite exhibitions and programs, endow our grounds and facility, and build collections. Regardless of what method of giving you choose, all gifts to JCSM are tax-deductible as allowed by law.

For more information on how you can strengthen Auburn University through support for programs and exhibits at JCSM, email our development office or call 334-844-1675.

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A Little Lunch Music, 1/28: 52 Years in Music, Auburn Flutist Keeps Growing

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At noon on Thursday, January 28, flutist Nancy Vinson and pianist Laurelie Gheesling will perform a free concert as a part of the museum’s weekly series, “A Little Lunch Music.”...
Roger Shimomura (American, born 1939), American Guardian, 2007, edition: 16/50, 7-color lithograph, Jule Collins Smith Museum of Fine Art, Auburn University; museum purchase with funds provided by the 1072 Society, 2011, 2011.1.05

Spotlight: Roger Shimomura, American Guardian

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Focus on the Permanent Collection By Dennis Harper, curator of collections and exhibitions A third-generation Japanese American, Roger Shimomura was born in Seattle, Washington and has resided in Kansas since 1969...

""Art has enriched my life. I joined because I wanted to support a museum that gives Auburn University students and faculty, as well as the community, an opportunity for discovering how art can enrich the lives of all.""

− Margaret Craig-Schmidt, sustaining member