The Eleanor D. Wilson Museum at Hollins University, Roanoke

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The Eleanor D. Wilson Museum at Hollins University is a premier arts destination in the Roanoke Valley featuring the work of internationally renowned artists, emerging figures, and regional names. The museum presents work from the permanent collection and mounts exhibitions that explore currents in contemporary art. Through these activities, the museum provides a forum for art and the creative process to enhance the life of the university and the community beyond.

Entrance to the Eleanor D. Wilson Museum is always free and open to the public.
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  • A airy, well lit space to see a variety of displays. I love that they have community programs so everyone can experience this lovely museum.  more »
  • I was in Roanoke on business when I had a break between conferences. I saw an advertisement for the Eleanor D. Wilson Museum. I love visiting museums and I was unfamiliar with this one. It was...  more »
  • Always something uniqie and different available here. Great place that is often over looked as a venue and their kids program on Saturdays is awesome.
  • Very enjoyable student exhibition in one gallery. Two additional galleries with local art. Also several pieces line the walls of the art department's building. Excellent outting - free of charge!

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