ABINGDON, VA – The William King Museum: Center for Art and Cultural Heritage announces that the month of September will be free to all visitors, as a thank you to the community for being so supportive of the William King Museum.
This is a great chance for new visitors and visitors who haven't stopped by in a while to experience the Museum and all it has to offer.
Throughout the month of September, four exhibitions are rotating throughout three main galleries: "Circles in the Sand: Aboriginal Art from Australia's Central Desert Region," "Shining Light: Folk Artists Nancy Johnson" and "Minnie Ma Scyphers," "reDomestication: Ceramics by Birdie Boone," and "Dali Illustrates Dante's Divine Comedy: From the University of Tennessee's Ewing Gallery."
Two additional galleries also have rotating exhibitions. During the month of September, the Student Gallery will feature "Young @ Art" and the Panoramic Gallery will feature "Reflections of Self: Curated by Mary Malony."
Our studio artists also will be around the building sporadically for a chat; visit Val Lyle and Nadya Warthen-Gibson on the third floor or Cecelia Pippin and Erika McClintock on the first floor. And don't forget to pop into the Looking Glass Museum Store where there is a variety of new work from area artists.
Donations will be accepted at three points throughout the Museum in donation boxes, or online at www.williamkingstore.com.
For more information on this event and all of the happenings in September, visit www.williamkingmuseum.org or call 276-628-5005.