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You may purchase any of the items listed below directly from the CAU Art Museum during regular hours of operation. Additionally, items can be purchased by emailing your order to with the subject line: Purchase – Gift Shop



The Sweet Spot Catalog 

Conteh's catalogue chronicles the two-part exhibition, inspired by his painting, The Sweet Spot. A full-color publication, produced through a partnership with Kavi Gupta Gallery, includes essays by the curator, Maurita N. Poole, Ph.D., Tina Dunkley Fellow  T.K. Smith, and independent art writer Phillip Barcio.  The catalogue highlights Alfred Conteh’s work in relation to Hale Woodruff. It also situates his oeuvre within the African American fine art tradition and expressive cultures of the American South.
The Sweet Spot Cover


In the Eye of Museum with CD 
Softcover: $45.00
Hardcover: $60.00 


In the first catalog to chronicle the collection since its inception in 1942, this publication features a rare, up close and personal look at notable pieces of art and the collective story they tell of the 20th century, in regard to theme, subject, medium, and the artists themselves. Originally released in 2012, to commemorate the 70thanniversary of CAU’s historic permanent collection and the 60th anniversary of the unveiling of The Art of the Negro mural series—all attributed to the vision and creativity of artist and teacher Hale Aspacio Woodruff (1900-1980) – In the Eye of the Muses offers an enchanted world for art collectors, artists, and scholars to relish page-by-page.

In 1942, Woodruff began the Exhibition of Paintings, Prints, and Sculptures by Negro Artists of America at Atlanta University. The annual, national juried show continued until 1970. The title essay, “In the Eye of the Muses,” by Tina M. Dunkley, Director of the Clark Atlanta University Art Galleries, provides an account of the sociopolitical climate and racial politics that produced this 28-year exhibition.

In the eye of the museum catalog cover

#1960Now: Photographs of Civil Rights Activists and Black Lives Matter Protests by Sheila Pree Bright


The fight for equality continues, from 1960 to now. Combining portraits of past and present social justice activists with documentary images from recent protests throughout the United States, #1960Now sheds light on the parallels between the 1960s Civil Rights Movement and the Black Lives Matter movement of today. Shelia Pree Bright’s striking black-and-white photographs capture the courage and conviction of ’60s elder statesmen and a new generation of activists, offering a powerful reminder that the fight for justice is far from over. #1960Now represents an important new contribution to American protest photography. --Chronicle Books 
1960 now book cover

This Postman Collects








This Postman Collects Catalog Cover



Brownstones by Jacob Lawrence 
39 x 25 inches

Brownstones by Jacob Lawrence

Egyptian Heritage by Lois Mailou Jones 
 27.5 x 24 inches


Egyptian Heritage by Lois Mailou Jones


Interchange by Hale Woodruff

Remaining sizes: LG, XL, XXL 

Interchange by Hale Woodruff

Native Forms by Hale Woodruff

Remaining sizes: LG, XL, XXL

Native Forms by Hale Woodruff

CAUAM Exclsuive 1960Now Exhibition T-Shirt

black 1960now t-shirt


Permanent Collection Notecards

3 cards of each image

Permanent Collection Notecards

Missing Pieces Collection Notecards

2 cards of each image

Missing Pieces Collection Note cards