- Take a self guided tour of the galleries.
The Artful Lawyer
Please stop in and view our current exhibit, "The New River Valley Through an Artist's Eye," purchase one of the accompanying books, or peruse our gift options in the store.
features “Now and Then” by renaissance surrealist PETER GARBERA. Stop by and take a look at the eclectic art collection in the gallery.
Blacksburg Museum & Cultural Foundation
"Blacksburg in Bloom" by Carole Davis
Local artist Carole Davis painted Blacksburg in Bloom as a response to the beautification of downtown Blacksburg that takes place each spring. She dedicates this show to everyone who plans, plants, digs, weeds, waters, trims, mulches, or helps coordinate the beautification effort.
The show will be on display at the Alexander Black House until Saturday, January 6, 2018.
Community Arts Information Office
The Blacksburg Regional Art Association presents its annual Holiday Market in the Community Arts Information Office. Twenty artists will offer you handmade and original works of art produced in local studios. Reasonable prices and one of a kind gifts for your holiday buying. The market remains open for regular M-F business hours for the month of December. Everything from note cards to jewelry, pottery, fabric baskets, oil paintings, ornaments and more!
Main Street Inn
Featuring work by Riley Chan. Please stop by to view this work and enjoy a treat by the fireside.
Stop in and see what we're unpacking! New items coming in every week for the holidays!
Mill Mountain Coffee & Tea
Linda Weatherly Shroyer - watercolor, giclée on paper
Sue Hossack - acrylics, ink wash, watercolor
Kathy Elich - pottry
The featured artists is Mish Mish employee, Jennifer Huffman.
"The Forest" a Social Practice installation created by Tacie Jones, Meggin Hicklin, Pippi Miller, Jolie Boucher, Megan Nilsson, and Robin Scully Boucher. "The Forest" explores subtle connections between things unseen yet which are all dependent on each other for life. An experience based on nuance and the powers of observation, it combines technology and traditional art forms to help the viewer to connect to fleeting moments that may occur during a forest walk.