TEMPORARY AND VIRTUAL EXHIBITS
Most of the Museum’s temporary exhibits are staged in the Bev York Room, named for former Executive Director and Educational Director Beverly L. York. Many of our past exhibits have been digitized and transformed into virtual exhibits. To view the Mill Museum’s virtual exhibits, click here. To find out more about our current and upcoming temporary exhibits, look below.
Sewn Stories, Shared Lives Art Exhibit
Opens Fri., Sep. 1, 2023.
This special fiber arts exhibit features works by Linda Martin and Carol Vinick. Artists’ Statement: “We, Linda and Carol, are a Black American and a Jewish American, sisters who came together because of our gifts expressing ourselves through fabric art. We come from different backgrounds but share stories with common threads of struggle and survival. Our intent is to create thought-provoking quilts that express the vibrancy of life and pay homage to the resilience and courage of those who came before us.” The Museum is open Friday-Sunday, 10 a.m. – 4 p.m. The exhibit is included in admission to the Museum and, of course, current Museum members are free.