Oglethorpe University Museum
Founded as Oglethorpe University Art Gallery in 1984 and expanded in 1993, Oglethorpe University Museum is a nonprofit university museum whose mission is to bring meaningful culture to Atlanta through the exhibition of art that is international, representational, often figurative and spiritual. Comprised of two spacious galleries, and occupying some 7,000 square feet on the third floor of Lowry Hall and Philip Weltner Library of Oglethorpe University, OUM offers an attractive and pleasant environment for the viewing of elegantly curated exhibits.
Oglethorpe University Museum is easily accessible, offers ample free parking and admits visitors without charge. The Museum Gift Shop offers gifts from around the world as well as exhibition related items.
Public viewing hours are noted on the museum website.
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