New Year, New Exhibitions and Programs

With the start of the new academic year, there’s plenty of things to do in Auburn at the museum. Here are just a few highlights from our spring semester schedule. View more by visiting our online calendar.

Jiha Moon: Double Welcome, Most Everyone’s Mad Here

Jan. 21—April 30, 2017
Bill L. Harbert Gallery and Gallery C

Based in Atlanta, Georgia, Jiha Moon (Korean, born 1973) harvests cultural elements native to Korea, Japan and China and then unites them with Western elements to investigate the multi-faceted nature of our current global identity as influenced by popular culture, technology, racial perceptions and folklore.

Jan. 27, 2017: Opening Reception with multimedia artist Jiha Moon

Feb. 9, 5 pm: Cloud Atlas (2012) R | 2h 52min | Drama, Adventure

Feb. 23: Lost Horizon (1937) Unrated | 1h 37min | Adventure, Drama, Fantasy

March 30: The World (2004) 2h 23min | Drama

A water feature sculpture of two men in bunny suits

Tiger Giving Day

JCSM needs your help to give a permanent home to Self-Portrait as Bunnies (The Bathers) during the university’s 24-hour online giving campaign, Tiger Giving Day, on Feb. 21, 2017. The sculpture is on loan. Your gift can help SAVE THE BUNNIES!


Teen Takeover 3

Teens respond to selected works in the JCSM collection in a project that will include both curated and created objects all built around a theme of animals and human interaction. On view March 27 to April 30.

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