Opened in 1997, this modest museum contains 10 galleries that change throughout the year. At any given time, visitors might encounter a series of classic images by Ansel Adams, a celebration of local textile traditions from around the Southeast, or collections from farther afield, such as Australian aboriginal paintings. The museum is completely free, which makes it a great place to take large groups or families. Docent tours are given at no charge on Wednesdays and Sundays at 2pm. Curious visitors can also check out special events like the museum's Dia de los Muertos celebration, mother-daughter art and tea gatherings, and opening reception celebrations, which happen four or five times a year. Visitors looking for a nice place to relax should head up to the tea room, which wraps around the front of the building. It's a lovely place to just take a moment out of the day and contemplate the fine art within the museum walls.