Rose Hill museum, Osborn Learning Center open
June 25 @ 2:00 pm - 4:30 pm
The artistry and significance of beadwork is on full display at Rose Hill Museum’s latest exhibition, “Beadwork: The Beauty of Small Things.”
Along with its permanent display of artifacts from the history of Bay Village, the museum will temporarily showcase beaded items from the Bay Village Historical Society’s collections that are not often displayed to the public. The exhibition offers a unique opportunity to explore intricate designs on many aspects of beadwork on both clothing, personal items and salesman’s samples from years gone by.
These stunning works of art showcase the versatility of beadwork and its enduring place in fashion and adornment. Don’t miss your chance to experience, “Beadwork: The Beauty of Small Things.” Visit Rose Hill Museum to witness the stunning beauty and cultural significance of these small yet powerful objects. Admission is free. Group tours can be arranged.