The Ephraim Historical Foundation’s (EHF, ephraim.org) 2021 feature exhibit, Depicting a Village: Ephraim through Artists’ Eyes, will open June 19. Works by Edgar S. Cameron, Mayble Holland, Karsten Topelmann and more will offer a glimpse into how artists have portrayed Ephraim’s landscape, landmarks, experiences, memories and connections since the 1860s.
The exhibit opening is part of a larger reopening of museums and EHF programs: a return to near normal, with an in-person exhibition and updated open hours at historical sites. Safety protocols include controlled flow, increased cleaning procedures, capacity limits and other efforts.
The free exhibit is open Tuesdays – Saturdays, 10 am – 4 pm, until Oct. 16 in the Anderson Barn Museum, 3060 Anderson Lane in Ephraim.