What’s Happening at The Westmoreland?

Events, talks, tours, classes, and more. The Westmoreland Museum of American Art offers a variety of programming for all ages as well as rotating exhibitions.

Join us for events each month or see what we are hosting next!

Quilting Workshop with Tina Williams Brewer

Tell your story through the creation of your own story quilt in this workshop led by internationally recognized fabric artist Tina Williams Brewer. With her work as a story quilt creator, Tina explores African American history and the personal experiences associated with it. She uses symbolism, textile and fabrics to create story quilts that are motivated by issues focusing on family, women and children, and the spirituality of her culture.

$50 member / $60 non-member

Advance registration is required. Limited to 8 participants.

Registration Deadline: Wednesday, March 16

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The Colors of Life: Chakra Balancing Workshop

At this Meditation & Guided Imagery workshop led by Dorit Brauer, artist and founder of the Brauer Institute for Holistic Medicine, you will learn to heal yourself, balance your body, mind, and spirit utilizing the colors of the rainbow, and deepen the understanding of the specific needs of your body and mind. The guided meditation is accompanied by a ‘Sound Bath’ – the relaxing sound of Quartz Crystal Singing Bowls, which induce alpha wave level activity of the brain, balance the hemispheres of the brain and resonate within every cell of your body, creating health, balance, and harmony. Please bring a mat & wear comfortable clothing.

$45 member / $55 non-member

Advance registration is required.

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