The Oglethorpe University Museum of Art serves the university and greater Atlanta community by presenting exhibitions that reflect the academic rigor of a liberal arts education and the cultural diversity of our community. OUMA puts theory into practice by providing a creative stage for the development of museum professionals. OUMA also engages the public through exhibitions and educational programming founded on the principles of excellence and social service.

OUMA provides free general admission and low or no cost programs for students and the public. Each year we bring unique events and exhibitions to the region and highlight the work of artists who are traditionally marginalized through our focus on underserved populations, equity, and accessibility.

To provide access and quality programming requires your support

Learn how you can get engaged and support what we do! For general questions regarding the opportunities below, please email us. You will receive a response from the appropriate museum professional staff member. Our response time is typically within three business days.


Join at the level that works best for you knowing your membership directly supports our programs, free admission, low or no cost student programs and tours, and robust community outreach. Memberships are a meaningful gift to for friends and family. Follow the link above to a complete list of members levels and benefits. Send any questions to Druonna Collier.

Gifts in Kind

More than 95% of our permanent collection was created through the generosity of our donors. Each potential addition is considered and vetted through our acquisitions committee. Please note we cannot provide appraisals or valuations. We welcome your inquiry and can discuss options with you.


There many ways to support OUMA and every gift makes a difference. To donate today, follow this link and select the designation Oglethorpe University Museum of Art. To discuss options for planned giving, please direct your inquiry to John Daniel Tilford.

Other Support

OUMA frequently partners with community organizations in our commitment to art for all and accessibility. We occasionally have volunteer or employment opportunities. Please direct these inquiries to Elizabeth Peterson Jennings.