Black History in Appalachia and Beyond
Black History in Appalachia and Beyond February 23, 2023 – April 2, 2023 World Fine Art Gallery By the mid 19th century, the visual culture in America was riddled with white supremacy and racial caricatures degrading African Americans. Though they had little means of reaching widespread ...Learn More >
Big, Ugly, Hullabaloo: The Work of Eric Drummond Smith
Big Ugly Hullabaloo: The Work of Eric Drummond Smith December 29, 2022 – April 30, 2023 The United Company Contemporary Regional Gallery Colorful creatures, surreal stories, and embellished expressions are all phrases that describe Abingdon artist Eric Drummond Smith’s upcoming exhibition Big Ugly Hullabaloo.Learn More >
Reviving the Thread: Women’s 20th Century Quilting
Reviving the Thread: Women’s 20th Century Quilting March 23, 2023 – October 22, 2023 The Strongwell Gallery After centuries of quiltmaking in a domestic setting, the industrial changes of the 19th century drastically changed how quilts, blankets, and all textiles were made. Women no longer needed to master ...Learn More >
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