Gallery Opening Reception

Driven to Abstraction flyer

Meet the Candidates

Meet the Candidates - RHF

Holiday Hours

Holiday Hours

Grace Toney Edwards to Give Talk

Grace Toney Edwards talk flyer - Nov. 28

Special Christmas Event

RHF_Christmas_Event_2017

Gallery Opening Reception–Karen Sewell

Wild Vibes by Karen Sewell

Wild Vibes by Karen Sewell

 

Join us as we open the latest gallery exhibit featuring the works of local artist, Karen Sewell.

Tuesday, November 14
5:00 to 7:00 pm

Glencoe Mansion
Museum & Gallery

Everyone is welcome. No admission charge.

On display through the end of January 2018.

Wreath Making Workshop

Wreath_Workshop

History of Halloween Talk

Williams Halloween Talk - Glencoe (1)

Lecture on Victorian Culture of Death

“The Soul Shall Find Itself Alone”
Exploring Victorian Ways of Death and Mourning

B. Scott Crawford

B. Scott Crawford

Tuesday, October 10, 2017
5:30 pm
Glencoe Mansion

As a special addition to the new exhibit on Victorian death and mourning at the Glencoe Mansion, B. Scott Crawford will give a talk on the culture of death in the Victorian Era. Crawford will focus on the Victorian mourning practices as reflected through the arts and historical record.  From post-mortem portraits to mourning jewelry, and from the introduction of embalming practices to security coffins, Crawford will bring the history of death in 19th century America alive through this engaging presentation.

Everyone is welcome. No admission charge.

Click Funeral Exhibit to learn more about the Special Exhibit.

Quiet in Our Parlour

Woman at Grave. Courtesy Original Frameworks

Woman at Grave. Courtesy Original Frameworks

Death and Mourning in the Victorian Period

Special Exhibit on display

October 3 — November 3, 2017

Explore the history of funerals and mourning during the Victorian Period. There will be a funeral set up in the parlor as it was when Nannie Wharton died at the Glencoe Mansion in 1890. The exhibit will feature period coffins, objects of mourning and postmortem photographs.

To learn more click Funeral Exhibit

Everyone is welcome. No admission charge.