Seen and Heard: Now–January, 2021
Art has long played a vital part in social movements, and the role of the artist can range from documentarian of these moments to active participant. Art offers a way to express what can otherwise be difficult to convey and provides a powerful illumination of society that can inspire discourse and change. Now on view in the MSV first floor hallways, Seen and Heard presents 30 works from northern Shenandoah Valley artists that provide a snapshot of the current events and social issues dominating our times.
Art in the Halls is organized in partnership with the Shenandoah Arts Council. If you’re a Valley artist who is interested in having your work featured in our Art in the Halls program, please send a biography, an artist's statement, and a few sample images of your work to Cory Garman, MSV director of exhibitions, 540-662-1473, ext. 203.