Raleigh, NC—In honor of the city’s 100 years of Art and Architecture, the Raleigh Art & Museum is celebrating its 100th anniversary this weekend.
The show will run from Saturday, July 22 through Monday, July 24.
In 2017, the museum received $1.3 million in federal funds to build a new building.
It will be the first building of its kind in the United States.
The Art & Culture Conservancy (ACC) is hosting the event.
The museum was established in 1902, and is known for its innovative architecture, art installations, and sculptures.
The exhibition features some of the finest examples of early American art and architecture.
The Raleigh Art is the oldest and largest public art museum in North Carolina, with an impressive collection of over 500 works of art.
The museum has been open for more than 125 years and offers over 2,000 hours of exhibits.