Harrisonburg Then and Now: Photographing the Friendly City in the 1940s and Today

Sep 11 - Nov 9

INSTITUTE FOR VISUAL STUDIES - ROOP HALL

Harrisonburg Then and Now: Photographing the Friendly City in the 1940s and Today

Sep 11 - Nov 9

INSTITUTE FOR VISUAL STUDIES - ROOP HALL


Seating: Reserved

This exhibition draws from the Many Voices of Harrisonburg project, which seeks to highlight the city’s rich cultural diversity, and from the mid-20th century image collection of Harrisonburg photographer Lupton Kaylor. For more information, visit jmu.edu/ivs

Reception: September 11, 11 am-1 pm


Seating: Reserved
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HIGHLIGHTS


  • Kennedy Center Theater for Young Audiences on Tour presents Me...Jane, a musical based on the true story of chimpanzee expert Dr. Jane Goodall



  • Kyle Abraham's company, A.I.M, brings its "lush movement, infectious music and magnetic dancers" to the Forbes Center for the first time!



  • Jeremy Denk is "a pianist you want to hear no matter what he performs" (The New York Times).



  • Staunton dance devotee Pamela McCray wins 2018 Circle of Excellence Award


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