Español abajo Create an assemblage inspired by winter. Instructions Step 1: What are your favorite things about winter? Step 2: Explore your house for objects that remind you of the winter season. Be sure to ask a parent or guardian permission to use the objects that you collected in your artwork. Step 3: Find a… Read More about Movement Mondays: Winter Scavenger Hunt
This past summer, Ogden Museum was awarded a $13,800 grant from the Darryl Chappell Foundation to fund a photographer-in-residence program. A call for entries for the residency was open from September 29 through November 23, 2021, and was open to Afrodescendants 21+ who had been practicing photography for the past five years. After reviewing all 47… Read More about Ogden Museum of Southern Art and Darryl Chappell Foundation Announce Photographer-in-Residence Selection Congratulations to Aaron Turner
Celebrate Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. Day by reflecting on Dr. King’s legacy and the civil rights movement. Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. is renowned for his lifelong work in the civil rights movement. The civil rights movement was integral in affording African American people equal rights in the U.S. and bringing an end to segregation. His… Read More about Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. Day 2022 I Have a Dream Art Activity
Ogden Museum of Southern Art is pleased to announce that its Board of Trustees has elected a new Board Chair, Jessie Schott Haynes, Managing Director of The Helis Foundation in New Orleans. Haynes, also an attorney, began her term on January 1, 2022. Additionally, Cleophus Thomas, an Anniston, AL attorney began his term as Treasurer… Read More about OGDEN MUSEUM OF SOUTHERN ART ELECTS NEW OFFICERS TO BOARD OF TRUSTEES AND ESTABLISHES FIRST ACQUISITION FUND IN HONOR OF CHAIRMAN EMERITUS WELCOMING NEWLY-ELECTED OFFICERS, JESSIE SCHOTT HAYNES, CHAIRPERSON; GEOFFREY SNODGRASS, VICE-CHAIRMAN; CLEOPHUS THOMAS, JR., TREASURER; AND JUSTIN WOODS, SECRETARY.
Ogden Museum’s annual O What a Night! Gala will take place Saturday, January 15! One of the works up for bid in this year’s live auction is John Isiah Walton’s Queen. Queen is a part of John Isiah’s series Black Paintings and is the sibling piece to Negro King Rex. Referencing the royal-like status of… Read More about Bid on John Isiah Walton’s “Queen” at O What a Night! Gala 2021 Taking place January 15, 2022
O What a Night! Gala is Saturday, January 15 and the Silent Auction, presented Neal Auction Company is officially opening for bidding! We are pleased to present 100+ works of art by regional artists in our O What a Night! Gala Silent Auction, supporting and celebrating the art of the American South. Support the O and the… Read More about Bidding is now open for the O WHAT A NIGHT! GALA SILENT AUCTION, PRESENTED BY NEAL AUCTION COMPANY Bidding closes January 16 at 5 p.m.