7 Objects/Countless Stories
Listen to an insider’s perspective of 7 endearing works of art from the Museum curators, local artists, and writers.
Free Drop-in Tours
Enjoy free guided tours at MMoFA! All tours start in the Lobby unless otherwise noted. For information on tour topics and times, visit our online Calendar.
Treasures at MMoFA
Saturdays, 11:30 a.m. & 2 p.m.
Get to know highlights in MMoFA’s collection in this 45-minute Docent-led tour. Reservations required. Call 706-485-4530.
Sundays, 2:30 p.m.
Discover the wonder of a single work of art or gallery in this half hour Docent-led tour. Reservations Required.
Docent-led tours last approximately one hour and can be tailored to the needs of each group. Docent-led tours are free for MMoFA Members and $5 per person for non-Members. Advance reservations are required. A full, non-refundable payment must be received the day of the visit. Call 706-485-4530.
Bring your group to enjoy MMoFA together. Leaders of self-guided groups may lecture in the galleries, but guided tours have priority over the objects and the spaces. Self-guided tours are free.
Free guided tours led by MMoFA Docents are offered to school groups. For more information contact 706-485-4530, or visit the Educators portion of the web site.
Let the MMoFA Come Speak to Your Group!
Do you belong to a group that hosts regular meetings, such as a Garden Club or Community Association? Ask MMoFA to come speak to your group! Various slide packages are available. For more information, please contact us at 706-485-4530 or email@example.com
Podcasts: MMoFA Collection
Go butterfly hunting inside and outdoors all year long at MMoFA. Explore "Harmony in White," MMoFA's memorial butterfly garden in homage to 19th century visual art master James Abbott McNeil Whistler.
Windows Media video format [3.8 MB]
Museum Director Michele Bechtell explains the symbolic Medieval garden symbols in MMoFA's Paradise Garden.
Mary Garden Podcast.wmv
Windows Media video format [14.3 MB]
Museum Director Michele Bechtell describes the genesis of MMoFA's annual Making Masters exhibition.
UGA MLB podcast.wmv
Windows Media video format [2.3 MB]
Art collector and philanthropist Mallie Sharrafat describes her global perspective on art and the Winter Garden exhibition at MMoFA.
Windows Media video format [627.5 KB]
Member of the Zimbabwe Shona Tribe, Dr. Matsika of Georgia State University interprets sculptures in MMOFA's collection created by the founding fathers of the Shona art movement.
shona video 1.mov
QuickTime video format [5.1 MB]