13 Results for tag "Art & Antiques"
Tour: Art Museums Overview
Join us on a 20-minute guided tour and enjoy some Museum favorites at a glance.
Good Stories about Great Stuff
Discover who created the object, who owned it, and how it ended up in our collection. A curator, educator, or conservator will examine an object each week.
Tour: Black Artists and Artisans
Tour the museum galleries, including the “I Made This” exhibition, to explore decorative arts and folk art made by Black American artists and artisans. Free reservation required.
Museum Discoveries: Crafting the Collection
Drop by the Education Studio and create a work of art inspired by an object on exhibit.
DIY Craft: Quilting
Join us at the Art Museums of Colonial Williamsburg and learn about the quilt and the maker, then enjoy a mini quilting project.
DIY Craft: Inspired by the Collection
Celebrate National Craft Month at the Art Museums of Colonial Williamsburg.
Beginner Workshop: Botanical Art
Learn methods to capture the botanical world in watercolor in this two-day workshop with Linda C. Miller, a local artist.
DIY Craft: Jane Austen
Explore objects on exhibit through the works of Jane Austen, then make an inspired bookmark to take home.
Presentation: Good Stories about Great Stuff Kids
Calling all KIDS! Join us as we explore stories about objects chosen just for YOU!
Art Museums Members: Promoting America
Private tour for Art Museum Members of "Promoting America" with Katie McKinney, The Margaret Beck Pritchard Associate Curator of Maps and Prints.
Art Museums Members: Stitched in Time
Art Museum Members are invited to join us for a private tour of the exhibition Stitched in Time with Kim Ivey, senior curator of textiles.
Art Museums Members: English Portraits
Art Museum Members are invited to join us for a private tour of our exhibition of English portraits with Kate Rogers, assistant curator of paintings, drawings, and sculpture.
What Not to Miss in New Exhibition, “A Gift to the Nation”
Joseph and June Hennage’s approach to collecting antiques began with “buying with your heart,” as June Hennage described it. They studied objects for their authenticity, history, and condition and often purchased items as gifts to one another.Now, a portion of their gift of 400 objects to the Colonial Williamsburg Foundation …