Preview three works, then discover their significance
At Colonial Williamsburg, we uncover stories through archaeology, journals, architectural clues, and of course, through art. Join us on Nov. 8 at the Art Museums of Colonial Williamsburg for a fascinating opportunity to explore three unique historic watercolors featuring African Americans with paper conservator Pamela Young.
Here are the three pieces you can learn all about:
Voices of Their Hands
A walking tour discussing the lives of enslaved tradespeople. Hear from our historic tradespeople as they discuss their experiences interpreting skilled laborers and their work.
Free Event Ticket
The Actors' Lament
See a new humorous interactive play, engaging you in a theatre company's intrigues and secrets. Will they open on time? Find out during this open-air evening theater experience!
Open to the Public
Sentiments of American Women
This museum theatre program explores the connection between the thoughts, feelings, and experiences of 18th-century women and women of today.