The William King Museum is a non-profit regional art museum and arts education center housed in a historic 1913 former school. It is the only facility of its kind and Virginia's only nationally accredited museum west of Roanoke.
The William King Regional Art Center is a featured stop on our tours of Southwest Virginia for its importance in area art and history. Discover more with Appalachian GhostWalks' "Haunted Historic Abingdon" Tour Package.
An average of 9 exhibitions are mounted each year, showcasing art of the region and of the world. Programming includes artist talks, lectures, workshops, and other special events. Two additional galleries include the Student Gallery, which displays works from area schools and colleges, and the Panoramic Gallery that features self-curated shows by local artists.
These two galleries offer up to 24 additional exhibits a year. An extensive arts education program serves school and public audiences both within and outside of the facility. The Museum also features artist studios, the Looking Glass Museum Store, reference library, research archives, and a sculpture garden.
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