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Curator-led Tour of the Permanent Collection

Cock on Drum, c.1824, by Yashima 	Gakutei; woodblock print on paper; 	8 1/2 x 7 1/2 inches; Gift of Mrs. Mary R. Simms in memory of Dr. Joseph Hume; 1954.013.0017.

Cock on Drum, c.1824, by Yashima Gakutei; woodblock print on paper; 8 1/2 x 7 1/2 inches; Gift of Mrs. Mary R. Simms in memory of Dr. Joseph Hume; 1954.013.0017.

Explore the permanent collection of the Museum with Gibbes Museum curator, Amanda Breen. This tour is free for Members and included with Museum admission for Non-Members.

Advance reservations and/or tickets for public tours are not needed. Members may check in at the Visitor Services desk when they arrive and non-members may purchase tickets when they arrive at the museum for the tour.

Please contact Chase Quinn at 843.722.2706 x241 if you have any questions about a public tour or would like to schedule a private tour for your group.

This event is CANCELED until further notice in accordance with current public health precautions.





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