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The Tennessee Valley Museum of Art

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511 N. Water Street, Tuscumbia, Alabama 35674



The Tennessee Valley Museum of Art is located in Tuscumbia, Alabama and features a variety of multi-disciplined exhibitions annually. The permanent exhibition features a 3,000 pound boulder depicting snakes carvings and human footprints by the prehistoric people of northwest Alabama. Objects including pottery, projectile points, shell and stone carvings, rare and historic Chickasaw beaded and embroidered bandolier strap which belonged to Chief George Colbert.

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The Tennessee Valley Museum of Art Permanent Exhibit:, History of the Martin Petroglyph, Petroglyph Exhibition, Helen Keller Art Show of Alabama, Native Americans ,View works by: Conrad Ross, Big Li River Mountain Color Lithograph with Intaglio Colle Insert, Jeff & Jaky Felix, Untitled, Fused Glass, Julia Kjelgaard, Garden/Dots/Pattern/Brass/Wall/Fern Color Photo Etching, Mike Tomerun, Untitled, Wood, and three-dimensional works by reputable world renowned artists as well as works by regional artists


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Monday – Friday, 9am-5pm.
Sunday, 1-3pm

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