The Southern Lens: Photographs of the South
January 25 through March 05, 2018
On view in the ARTWORKS Corridor
Photography students capture their interpretations of the South. What does it mean to be southern or what images do we, as Alabamians, connect with our southern roots? Whether photographers interpret the South as a geographic location, a historical period, or a culture in flux, the images are sure to convey a powerful idea of what it means to young artists to not only be a Southerner but an Alabamian.
December 2, 2017, through February 11, 2018
On view in the Wynona W. Wilson Orientation Center and William A. Williamson, Jr. Family Gallery
The ARTWORKS Corridor Gallery is devoted to temporary exhibitions of student art, inspired by work on view elsewhere in the Museum. Throughout the year, the Museum juries and hosts themed shows, and guidelines encourage teachers to develop related lesson plans. Instructions for upcoming exhibitions of student art are included below. Click here to learn more.
Photography of installation at the Montgomery Museum of Fine Arts