Current Exhibitions

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The Radical Art of Nellie Mae Rowe
May 3 through July 21, 2024

Exhibition Sponsors

Annual support for exhibitions is made possible by the following sponsors and grantors. Lead sponsors and grantors Alabama State Council on the Arts, Alabama Power Foundation, The Ford Foundation, Mr. and Mrs. Barrie H. Harmon Ill, Lamar, Medical Properties Trust, Inc., MGMWERX, Poarch Band of Creek Indians, Regions Bank, and Rheem Manufacturing, with additional support from sponsors Mr. Owen Aronov, Mr. and Mrs. C. Lee Ellis, III, Dr. and Mrs. Mark H. LeQuire, PowerSouth, The S. Adam Schloss Foundation, Laurie J. Weil, D.V.M. and Dr. Tommy Wool, and Mr. and Mrs. Ken Williams, and co-sponsors AmeriFirst Bank, Balch & Bingham, LLP, Barganier Davis Williams Architects Associated, AIA, Captrust, Nick Drollette Photography, Ms. Camille Elebash-Hill, Mrs. Ann Hubbert, Jernigan & Jernigan, LLC., Morgan Stanley Wealth Management, Mr. and Mrs. L. Daniel Morris, Jr., Harmon Dennis Bradshaw, Inc., Dr. and Mrs. Alfred J. Newman, Jr., River Bank & Trust, Russell Construction of Alabama, Inc., Sabel Steel Services Inc., Ms. Micki Beth Stiller, Thompson Insurance, Inc.,Valley Bank, and Warren Averett, LLC.

John and Joyce Caddell Sculpture Garden

Designed with the flexibility to accommodate changing sculptural installations, the John and Joyce Caddell Sculpture Garden provides an innovative venue for experiencing art in a dynamic natural landscape. Transformed by season, time of day, and even weather, the Garden is a place where the community can gather and participate in an outdoor gallery space, a site for open-air educational programs, a unique venue for special events, or even just an inspiring space for quiet reflection on aspects of creativity revealed by art in its relationship to natural beauty.

Detail: Jessie Duncan Wiggin, Untitled (Nymph), 1933
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