Little Red and Ryding Hood: A Benefit Exhibition

An Art Show… A Book… And Wolves

All are invited to view a special showing of the illustrated works of world renowned artist Anne Yvonne Gilbert. Original, signed works from her collaboration with local author S. Todd Strader will be available for viewing and purchase.

The evening will also include:

Special presentation 7 p.m.
Signed original artworks by Anne Yvonne Gilbert
A red wolf exhibit
Live costumed characters from the book- Little Red and Ryding Hood
A special ceremony to present the one of a kind Little Red Stitching
The reveal of a never before seen signed original by Yvonne Limited edition Commemorative posters will be on sale
AND a Door Prize of a signed art piece by Yvonne will given out
It’s going to be a big night!

Proceeds from the evening will fund the completion of the book Little Red and Ryding Hood (a fractured re-telling of the Red Riding Hood folktale with a local twist and wolf hero). The book will in turn advocate for, educate about and fund red wolf recovery efforts through groups like the Red Wolf Coalition.

Admission fee:
Free

Tiffany Exhibition Opening

Celebrate the opening of Tiffany Glass: Painting with Color and Light at this festive reception featuring gourmet bites and a signature cocktail. Casual cocktail attire in bright Tiffany-inspired colors encouraged.

Free to MSV members; all others: $20 (includes bites and admission; cash bar). Registration required by May 29; register online or call 540-662-1473, 208.

See some of the most iconic and celebrated works of the famous Tiffany Studios in this special exhibition.

At the MSV from June 1 through September 1, 2019, Tiffany Glass: Painting with Color and Light presents five windows, nineteen lamps, and more than 100 pieces of opalescent flat glass and glass “jewels” that illustrate the rich expanse of color and light available to the artists at the Tiffany Studios.

Photo: Wisteria Library Lamp, about 1901, Tiffany Studios, New York, Clara Driscoll (1861–1944) designer, The Neustadt Collection of Tiffany Glass, Queens, New York. Photo courtesy Museum of the Shenandoah Valley.

aMuse Art & Craft Festival

Woodworking, printmaking, painting, collage, ceramics and more! aMuse Art & Craft Festival is Winchester’s only festival dedicated to the arts. With a committee of local arts professionals, we are community driven and proud to host artists from across the region to our charming little town.

• Shop original art and hand crafted gifts
• Watch artists in action
• See original, site specific art installations

Join local and regional artists and crafters showing and selling their works in a variety of mediums, including jewelry, art, leather goods, woodworking, ceramics, and more! This two-day event also features live demonstrations and hands-on creative activities. Barbecue from Jordan Springs Market, pizza from 3Fires Oven, seafood from the Skrimp Shack (Sunday only), wine, and beer will be available for purchase.

aMuse Art & Craft Festival will take place May 25 & 26 at the Museum of the Shenandoah Valley (MSV) in Winchester VA . The MSV is the region’s largest museum in the area attracting over 40,000 visitors a year.

Admission is FREE.