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In the News

High South Event Professionals and the Blowing Rock Art & History Museum are partnering with the Hospitality House this year to provide Christmas gifts for women and men taking shelter there this holiday season.

A new exhibit at BRAHM contains more than a century of artifacts!

BLOWING ROCK - Since it opened nearly six years ago, the Blowing Rock Art and
History Museum has been inundated with requests for a special exhibition dedicated to the town and its history. Well, those requests have been answered with a new permanent exhibit titled "The Village of Blowing Rock: Exploring Our History," located on the top floor of the museum. The exhibit is housed in the newly named Stevens Gallery, named for Virginia "Ginny" and David Stevens of the Blowing Rock Historical Society. It is a collaboration between BRAHM and the Blowing Rock Historical Society and is sponsored by Charles and Deatra Sellers in honor of Grover C. Robbins Sr.

A look into our 2017 Art & Antiques Show.

"From the Moun­tains to the Sea," an exhibit featuring the cut paper collages and paper cut works of Lillian Trettin of Jonas Ridge and the mixed-media paintings of Linda Elksnin of Vilas, will run from June 27 through July 23 in the Alexander Community Gallery at the Blowing Rock Art and His­tory Museum (BRAHM).

Head to the Hills for Artistic Inspiration

A look into a past exhibit, "Jerry Burns: Through the Lens"

The Blowing Rock Art and History Museum was recently recognized with an Award of Excellence at the 2014 conference of the North Carolina Museums Council.

Revisit the exhibit- "Art Among Friends: Four Collections of American Art,". Books of this exhibit are still for sale in our gift shop!

A look back at our exhibit of William W.R. Trivett photographs

Museum opening in October of 2011.

Plans for the new museum! A look back at 2010.