The Mosaic is a museum like no other. Situated in the heart of Atlanta, in the historic Cascade Heights community, this unique space takes its visitors far beyond the ATL, on a transformative journey around the world. Here you’ll find carefully selected art and artifacts from the indigenous people of the Americas, Asia, Africa, the Pacific, and even Old Europe. Each of the exhibits tells a story, and a greater story can be found in the connections between the items themselves. And everything is fascinating!
The first floor houses an exhibit space for every part of the world, a library and fossil archive, as well as a guest suite and meditation room. Asia is split into two exhibitions, while the Native Americas and Africa each occupy two-story spaces at far ends of the museum.
In the space below the Museum, you’ll find the Gallery of the Original and an artist’s studio. Outdoors, you’ll find a growing sculpture garden frequented by deer and other wildlife, as well as walking trails leading to the Lionel Hampton Nature Preserve.
The Georgia Association of Museums and Galleries lists only TEN museums within the city limits of Atlanta. The Museum of Sacred Art and Indigenous Culture is the only one in southwest Atlanta!
The Mosaic is a member of the GAMG, as well as the Small Museum Association. the Southeastern Museums Conference, the American Alliance of Museums, the National Association of Museum Exhibition, and the North American Reciprocal Museum Association.
The Mosaic is also a proud member of the Solutionary educational community, the Righteous Family minority business cooperative, and the GotoAtl network of Atlanta galleries and family-friendly cultural experiences.
The Mosaic, a private museum in beautiful West Atlanta, is the honored campus of SOIL, the School of Indigenous Learning. We are not open to the public for the safety and sacredness of our children.
View the collections at The Mosaic