The Mississippi Valley Textile Museum houses three venue spaces: the Norah Rosamond Hughes Gallery, Wool Hall Gallery and an education room. The spaces feature original architectural details such as large twenty-eight pane windows, conserved plaster work, exposed stone walls and wood beams and columns.
Norah Rosamond Hughes Gallery
The Norah Rosamond Hughes Gallery typically houses temporary exhibits. This large space with its high, industrial ceilings is named for Norah Rosamond Hughes, daughter of James Rosamond Jr. Located on the first floor of the museum, the space features original preserved stone and plaster walls and exposed wood elements.
Amenities: 10 mobile gallery walls, retractable extension cord reels mounted to the ceiling and adjustable track lighting throughout.
Mill Workers Learning Centre/Education Room
Are you looking for a unique space to hold your event? Our education room has hosted art workshops, choir groups, conference meetings and photoshoots.
Named the “Mill Workers Learning Centre”, the addition of this light filled space was made possible through funds from the Dolgoy and Kostash Families.
Amenities: large art sink, digital projector and retractable screen, chalkboard, upright piano, chairs, folding tables – rectangular and round conference style arrangement available.