The Mabee presents 'The Art of the Last Supper' during April

PLAINVIEW – The Art of the Last Supper, an exhibit featuring pieces from around the globe, is on display at Mabee Regional Heritage Center on the Wayland Baptist University campus through April 29.

The temporary exhibit celebrates Easter with remembrances in a variety of mediums including fine art, tapestries, basic household items and more, according to KayLyn Bean, who directs the three museums that are a part Mabee Regional Heritage Center.

“The exhibit features a collection of artworks depicting the Biblical scene of the last supper of Jesus on earth before His betrayal, arrest, crucifixion and resurrection from the dead,” Bean said. “With Easter just around the corner, we are pleased to have this new exhibit at the Mabee.”

In conjunction with the exhibit, the museum has created a Last Supper Scavenger Hunt to make the visit to the Mabee even more fun — especially for children.

Mabee Regional Heritage Center, which is located at 1900 W. Eighth St. in Plainview, is open from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m., Tuesdays through Fridays, and on Saturdays after April 15. However, the museums will be closed for Good Friday on April 7.

In addition to temporary exhibits, the Mabee houses three museums — Museum of the Llano Estacado, Jimmy Dean Museum, and the new Flying Queens Museum. For more information about the Mabee, the museums and temporary exhibits, please go to