This year, the Museum pays special homage to our region’s independent artists and creators who have been devastated this year. Without fairs, festivals or large gatherings, those who make their living in the arts have been severely impacted by the coronavirus crisis. The Museum’s Showcase will be a month-long event inside the Museum’s galleries that will feature the works of artists, crafters, and makers; in addition to the Museum’s “Perspectives 2020: Bicentennial Show.”
This display of local art and craft that will be designed more like a brick-and-mortar store for shoppers to access so many amazing creations made by regional artists. Additionally, the Showcase will have a virtual component to sell items through the Museum’s online store (you may opt-out of this option) so that everyone can have access to the event.
The Museum is dedicated to highlighting local arts and entrepreneurs, and we offer this outlet to support local artists and the Museum in this impactful year. We take safety very seriously and have enhanced visitor guidelines to limit capacity inside the Museum so visitors and shoppers can feel safe. You can learn more about these guidelines here.