Past Exhibitions


masur museum exhibitions

Below is a curated list from past exhibitions held at the Masur Museum of Art in Monroe, Louisiana!

Triumph Over Tragedy:

The Great Depression & New Deal Era in North Louisiana

Triumph over Tragedy is a collaborative event to commemorate the 80th anniversary of the start of the Great Depression. The Masur Museum is pleased
February 13, 2010 –
March 27, 2010



Jonathan Pellitteri was the 2007 recipient of the International Sculpture Center’s Outstanding Student Achievement in Contemporary Sculpture Award. Pellitteri has since finished his MFA
November 20, 2009 –
January 30, 2010

Artists of the

Great Depression

This exhibition features the work of Depression-era artists, including several who were employed by the Works Progress Administration’s Federal Art Program, and photographers working
August 28, 2009 –
November 7, 2009

46th Annual

Juried Exhibition

Sponsored by CenturyTel This year’s juror is Miranda Lash, Curator of Modern and Contemporary Art for the New Orleans Museum of Art (NOMA). Artists:
June 30, 2009 –
August 15, 2009

Everything I See is Strange & New:

A Retrospective Exhibition of Walter Inglis Anderson

Born in New Orleans in 1903, Walter Anderson studied at Parsons Institute of Design in New York and the Pennsylvania Academy of Fine Arts.
April 5, 2009 –
June 13, 2009

Time of Change:

Bruce Davidson's Civil Rights Photographs

Renowned photographer Bruce Davidson received a Guggenheim Fellowship in 1962 to photograph the people and events of the Civil Rights Movement. This exhibition includes
February 1, 2009 –
March 22, 2009

John Scott


John Scott is one of Louisiana’s most celebrated artists of the past 50 years. Born in New Orleans and raised in the Lower Ninth
November 23, 2008 –
January 18, 2009

German Expressionism:

The Kopriva Collection

Gus and Sharon Kopriva are the owners of The Redbud Gallery in Houston, Texas, and are avid collectors of German Expressionism. The prints in
September 21, 2008 –
November 9, 2008

Highlights from

The Permanent Collection

The Masur Museum of Art boasts a collection of 278 artworks. This exhibition will present highlights from this impressive collection, including the unveiling of
August 17, 2008 –
September 10, 2008

Masur Museum


The museum will be closed from July 4th through August 16th for renovations to the galleries. The museum will return to normal viewing hours
July 4, 2008 –
August 16, 2008
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