Detail of French Poster

Centering Les Femmes: Loïe Fuller

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The unquestionable talent of the featured male artists fueled the passion for French Posters, but the female subjects are legends in their own right. Who were they, these female figures…

Ticket Registration is Encouraged

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Advance registration for a time slot helps museum staff anticipate total occupancy for academic tours, capture attendance data for grant and university reports and provide contract tracing (if necessary). Thank…
A detail of a group walking in the woods from a color lithograph.

Collection Spotlight: Faith Ringgold

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To contrast the color lithographs on view in our exhibition of French posters, we're highlighting lithographs from the museum collection in August for our collection spotlight. This vibrant work-on-paper is…
Profile of a woman.

#MuseumFromHome: Mucha Coloring Pages

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Today, TV and film actors use a wide variety of ways to promote their latest movie or product; but did you know that Alphonsa Mucha was the favorite artist of…
A photograph of a woman lying in the grass.

Aug. 19 is World Photography Day

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Shutterbugs rejoice! World Photography Day celebrates the science, history art and craft of photography. Explore a sampling of works from our impressive collection of prints, which also includes works by…
An oriole tends to a nest.

Museum staff conserve Audubon collection

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With more than 100 prints, the Louise Hauss and David Brent Miller Audubon Collection is one of the southeast's finest and a cornerstone of the Jule Collins Smith Museum of…