Arts Outreach Programs Explore our Art$mart Project programs and
sign up for one of our STMArtventures Saturday Family Workshops!
Steffen Thomas Collections Steffen Thomas works in exhibitions at the Museum, Summit Grove, the Morris Museum of Art & the Ogden Museum of Southern Art
Permanent Collection Our vast collection is exhibited in the main gallery, with rotating Steffen Thomas works that range from sculpture, painting, mosaics, ceramics, furniture, to works on paper
College Connections program
Upcoming Exhibition
Placing the Capstone II
April 30- May 27
Featuring the works of graduating artists from Georgia Regents University

Placing the Capstone II

What's Happening

  • Upcoming Event: Madison Spring Tour of Homes
    The Steffen Thomas Museum of Art is proud to be a featured stop on this year's Madison Spring Tour of Homes! Join us May 5-7. Click here for more information on this event and to purchase tickets:
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  • Current Exhibition: Placing the Capstone II
    The Steffen Thomas Museum of Art is proud to announce the opening reception of Placing the Capstone II, the second annual College Connections exhibition featuring graduating studio art majors from Professor Kristin Casaletto’s  Capstone Class at Augusta University.   Ten artists will be showcased in this group show that is part of the Museum’s College Connections program, one module of STMA’s Continue Reading
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  • Workshop Cancelled: Adventure into Chaotic Clay!
    April 9th ~ Unfortunately this event has been cancelled. Adventure into Chaotic Clay featuring Elizabeth Collins and Chuck Haynes (Ages 6 and up)
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  • Current Exhibition: Shine a Light
    Shine a Light: Spiritual Paintings by Chris Cook. Free Opening Reception: Friday March, 11 from 6PM - 8PM. Donations Appreciated. Show Dates March 11 - April 23. This exhibit features an inspiring collection of religiously themed works by Madison artist Chris Cook that are visually stimulating and emotionally uplifting. This exhibit has been curated to illuminate the spirit of the Continue Reading
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Mission Statement

The Steffen Thomas Museum of Art (STMA) is dedicated to providing art education programs and projects for children and families in rural Northeast and Middle Georgia communities. Using Georgia artist Steffen Thomas's work as examples of creative expression the museum provides opportunities for children to develop their own talents, a deeper understanding of themselves, of their connections to all living things and of their responsibility for preserving the environment.

Past Exhibitions