The Eleanor D. Wilson Museum at Hollins University is a welcoming space that showcases a diverse range of artwork. With three interconnected galleries totaling 4,000 square feet, the museum offers a modern setting for exhibitions. The museum actively collaborates with various campus departments, such as the Senior Majors Exhibition and the Dance Lab. The museum also offers valuable opportunities and resources for students, including internships, volunteer positions, and a course on museum curatorial practices, providing hands-on experience and fostering artistic development. Through artist talks, workshops, and tours, the museum encourages dialogue and understanding of the creative process.