Sidewalk Art Show Online Sale

July 1, 2021 thru August 31, 2021

Featuring a range of works available for purchase, including jewelry, fine art photography, painting, sculpture, and more. Proceeds from the sales benefit both the artists and the Museum, supporting the arts in Roanoke and beyond.

See our Website for more details about the live show.

Please review our Online Sale Buyer Logistics before making a purchase.

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Late Nights at the Taubman: Artemis Launch

Join us for the launch of the 28th edition of Artemis- a beloved regional poetry and art journal. The theme is "A Labor of Love".

5:00 pm - 7:00 pm


Published Catalogues

The Taubman Museum of Art publishes catalogues in conjunction with some of our exhibitions. Purchase your copies HERE to enjoy the art from your home!

The Brush Pals Program was developed to provide creative opportunities to the community and has become particularly important during a global pandemic. Featuring hands-on art lessons, materials, and cards of encouragement created by Taubman staff and volunteers—this program has already impacted over 50,000 healthcare workers and first responders, retirement center residents, the Rescue Mission and Feeding Southwest Virginia families across Southwest Virginia from Wythe County to Lynchburg.

You can help the Museum in providing colorful, meaningful opportunities of expression and relief by donating HERE.

About The Museum

The Taubman Museum of Art is an American art museum located in the heart of downtown Roanoke, Virginia. Designed by noted architect Randall Stout, the building features purposeful materials and architectural decisions such as the 77-foot glass peak in the atrium, recalling the point of the Roanoke Star, and the undulating roofline, which reflects the Blue Ridge Mountains. The Museum offers 11 galleries as part of the Fralin Center for American Art and originates 15-20 exhibitions per year. Featured artists have ranged from Kehinde Wiley to John James Audubon and from Yoko Ono to Norman Rockwell.