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

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Summer Exhibitions On View

Local collectors share private holdings

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JCSM Hosts Juried Outdoor Sculpture Exhibition

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Group Tours

JCSM offers free tours for groups focusing on the art of conversation. Please contact us at least two weeks in advance so that we may schedule a docent for you. Book a tour by emailing JCSM, or call 334.844.3486.

The Café

Enjoy a casual lunch in a beautiful setting! The Museum Café serves lunch from 11:00 AM to 2:00 PM Tuesday through Friday. The menu, which changes weekly, consists of light, freshly prepared salads, Italian Panini sandwiches and seasonal soups and entrees. We look forward to welcoming you!

Major Gifts

Giving to Auburn

JCSM is a charitable, nonprofit 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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George Luks
(American, 1867–1933)
Tenements
Ink and wash on paper
9 3⁄4 x 7 3⁄4 inches (sight)
Ca. 19 x 17 inches (frame)

Spotlight: George Luks, Tenements

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George Luks wandered the streets of Manhattan in search of subject material for his art. He chronicled the immigrant neighborhoods of the Lower East Side, which had received attention in…

Dale Kennington 
(American, b. 1935) 
Done Deal 
Oil on panel 
24 x 30 inches

Spotlight: Dale Kennington, Done Deal

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Born in Savannah, Georgia, Dale Kennington has spent most of her life in Dothan, Alabama, where she has advanced a distinguished career and created an impressive body of art. Kennington’s…

""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