The Taubman has about 2,155 pieces in its collection, ranging from the 10-foot scupture Art World by James Harold Jennings, to the inch-and-a-half square photograph Maggie on Beach with Dog by Thomas Cowperthwaite Eakins; and from 3,500-year-old Egyptian Ushabiti ceramic figures, to contemporary Roanoke artists.
The Museum mounts multiple temporary exhibitions simultaneously over the course of each year.
Features 2 abstract aluminum sculptures
Works from the collection, with commentary from disciplines including medicine, fashion and music
World War II bomber sculpture transforms a symbol of violence into an emblem of beauty
56 works from 400 A.D. to present day illustrating Native Americans' shared history
26 prints highlighting the life experience of Native Americans living in North Dakota
Featuring American automotive icons spanning over half a century
Documents the families and first responders of the opioid epidemic
An artist's exploration of her roots through photography, meticulously composed collages, and sculptures
Photographs reveal the science and beauty of race cars
Showcasing the museum's newest outdoor mural
Reinterpreting the corporate business world through the eye of a master artist/craftsman
Exquisitely designed couture "minaudieres" and clutches blur the boundaries between function and art
Untrained women painters depict their locale and memories