An Educated WomanJanuary 22, 2010 - July 11, 2010
Price-Strongwell Cultural Heritage Galleries
Art is interlaced in the history of women’s education. Academies used it to refine girls into ladies, and colleges instructed women in it for beautifying their future homes. An Educated Woman salutes the artistic endeavors of the women students of Southwest Virginia and Northeast Tennessee and showcases pieces such as paintings, painted ceramics, and textiles ranging from the early nineteenth century to the 1920s.
WKMA continually brings new and exciting exhibits and artists to the museum experience. Explore what's next for us.
View works from our Permanent Collection of art, part of the WKMA experience year round, featuring our most enduring pieces.
The Sculpture Garden is a beautiful part of our museum grounds experience, and part of our permanent collection of art.
View previously exhibited work at the William King Museum of Art, a retrospective of past shows and galleries.
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