April 19, 2018 - July 17, 2018

Debutantes of the Decades


Debutante Balls, while extant in many different regions prior to 1950 has slowly become extinct in nearly all of America except the South. The South has created a unique tradition around Debutantes and Cotillions (the Debutante balls). Each year, young women are presented in a formal event as a sort of 'coming out into society.' At least, this was the traditional way of seeing things. Perspectives have changed over the years, as have many different aspects of the Debutante culture. Our very own Cleveland-Athens Cotillion, having recently celebrated their 55th Holly Ball, will be exhibiting how their traditions have changed over the years through beautiful gowns, jewelry, and various other items unique to Debutantes. Debutante-related programming will also occur over the course of the exhibit, including ballroom dance lessons. 

Exhibit proudly sponsored by the Cleveland-Athens Cotillion


May 3, 2018 - September 15, 2018

Aqui Estamos: Latino Heritage in the Ocoee Region


Latinos make up a vital part of our local communities. In the months leading up to Hispanic Heritage Month (September 15-October 15), the Museum Center at 5ive Points will be celebrating their contributions to our community. We will be featuring the art of Alex Loza, Christina Sanchez, and Carlos Geraldo. 


June 1, 2018 - July 26, 2018

Unearthed: Cherokee Archaeology Mini Exhibit

To coincide with our special event surrounding sculptor Peter Toth, we will be featuring a Cherokee Archaeology exhibit in our mini-exhibit space. It will display arrowheads, reconstructed pottery, and some of the tools archaeologists use to learn more about prehistory. 

July 26, 2018 - September 10, 2018

Lee University Centennial


An exhibit celebrating 100 years of Lee University. This exhibit will trace its history from Centenary College to Bob Jones College to Lee College to Lee University. 


September 21, 2018 - January 12, 2019

Alan Shuptrine Art Exhibition


It is not everyday we get to be host to an art exhibition. But it will be every Tuesday-Saturday beginning September 27th! This massive exhibition will take over both our lobby and our rotating exhibit area. During our exhibit we will be celebrating art and the Appalachians that inspired it. 

When I am quietly creating in my studio, I often hear my dad’s words of wisdom: “You must see and create beyond the surface level—art should evoke emotion.” I find that painting is a spiritual experience. It takes a tremendous amount of courage for an artist to create what is deep within the heart and soul, and to be vulnerable. I find myself thanking God for my blessings and pulling encouragement from Him to press onward, and upwards.
— Alan Shuptrine