Six Convincing Reasons to Visit JCSM
One of Auburn's best-kept secrets, the Jule Collins Smith Museum (JCSM) is a wonderful place to visit.
It has beautiful art displays, and the outside landscape is perfect for formal pics. Looking for more reasons to visit? We've listed six below.
If you want to go to this wonderful art museum, you can at absolutely no cost! A $5 donation is appreciated, but it is by no means expected.
This exhibit features work from eight contemporary artists who create primarily digital and video pieces. These artists offer new perspectives on many issues, and JCSM’s selection provides a comprehensive presentation of video and digital imagery as art media today.
Museum After Hours
Come enjoy live music, sunset views, snacks from the café, and all of the current exhibits every Thursday night this fall from 5 to 8 p.m. Museum After Hours will showcase a wide variety of musicians in the coming weeks, from classical and jazz to some interesting surprises!
The Bunny Bathers
The Lost Bird Project
Serving as a memorial, this exhibit shows a variety of bronze statues representing birds that have gone extinct in North America. These larger-than-life birds are more than worth the trip.
Art Changes Lives
JCSM’s mission at Auburn University is “to preserve, enhance, research, and interpret the collections entrusted to us. Through the presentation of compelling exhibitions and programs to our diverse audiences, we foster the transformative power of art.”
So come see what exhibits speak to you!
Be well, Auburn.
Photography: Cat S.