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Welcome to the LSU MOA Museum Store!

Located on the first floor of the Shaw Center for the Arts, the Museum Store offers shoppers a delightful mix of quality Louisiana and national art by gifted artisans. Visitors will discover an eclectic array of handcrafted ceramics, glass, jewelry, and an assortment of unique gifts, greeting cards, paper goods and books. The Museum Store also features special merchandise highlighting our current exhibitions.

LSU MOA members receive a 20% discount on everything in the Museum Store. Stop in and visit us during your next visit to the museum!

Great Gift Idea: Multi-Attractions Passport

The LSU Museum of Art has teamed with the Baton Rouge Area Convention & Visitors Bureau to promote a campaign to "Discover Baton Rouge." The new, Multi-Attractions Passport ticket offers entrance into four or five museums and other local attractions for the discounted price of $22. The Downtown Walking Tour includes the LSU Museum of Art, the Louisiana Arts and Science Museum, the Old State Capitol, the USS KIDD, and the Old Governor's Mansion. The Capital Area Driving Tour includes the LSU Rural Life Museum, Nottoway Plantation, BREC's Baton Rouge Zoo, & BREC's Magnolia Mound Plantation.

The tickets can be purchased at the LSU Museum of Art or the LSU Museum Store at the Shaw Center for the Arts. For more information or to purchase tickets call 225.389.7200.

Juli Juneau: A Glass Act

Juli Juneau is one of the LSU MOA Museum Store’s most successful and exciting Louisiana artists. She originally hails from Charleston, South Carolina, and has made New Orleans her home since 1989. Juneau held her first solo exhibition at the Ritz Carlton, New Orleans, in December 2004. The show was a great success; she sold all 49 glass pieces.

Juneau admired the work of local New Orleans glass blowers and decided to study with them for two years. In 1999 she began creating wonderfully vibrant and sinuous glass objects. Juneau’s work is inspired by her numerous travels and expeditions to 23 African countries. The colors and dress of the African women and the continent’s geography and wildlife have greatly influenced the forms and intricate designs Juneau employs in her artwork.

Stop by the LSU MOA Museum Store at the Shaw Center for the Arts to find a variety of Juneau’s intricately colored glass artworks for ready purchase.

General Information



LSU Museum of Art
Shaw Center for the Arts
100 Lafayette Street
Baton Rouge, Louisiana
USA 70801


Tue - Sat 12 pm - 8 pm
Sunday 1 pm - 5 pm


Mondays; Easter Sunday; July 4th, Thanksgiving Day; Christmas Eve; Christmas Day; New Year’s Day