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"The Face of Alabama" Exhibit in Montgomery

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  • A.J. Wright
    I am forwarding this information from Dr. Cronenberg...see also ** The face of Alabama to go on display
    Message 1 of 1 , Apr 10, 2003
      I am forwarding this information from Dr. Cronenberg...see also

      **'The face of Alabama' to go on display
      Montgomery Advertiser 8 April 2003

      --aj wright // ajwright@...


      This is an annoucement of an exhibit of works of art by Alabama artists at
      the Rosa Parks Museum in Montgomery. The themes come from Alabama history
      and culture, and will be interpreted through various lenses. Hardy Jackson
      is doing a commentary on April 12. Leona Stemple will be making comments on
      April 26th. Another interesting perspective will be done by professional
      singer-songwriter Kate Campbell who has a B.A. in history from Samford and
      an M.A. from Auburn where she was a student of Wayne Flynt's. Kate is the
      musical curator for this exhibit and will speak and perform on May 3rd.
      Kate's music is very much rooted in the history, culture and literary
      traditions of the South. Her music has been influenced by folk, Southern
      rock, and gospel. Tickets for Kate's performance will be $10. Other events
      are free. For additional information call Georgette Norman at the Rosa Parks
      Museum at (334) 241-8608.
      Allen Cronenberg
      Auburn University Center for Arts and Humanities
      Pebble Hill
      Auburn University, AL 36849
      (334)-844-4948 (voice)
      (334)-844-4949 (fax)


      TSUM Rosa Parks Museum
      Montgomery Art Guild

      Alabama Exhibition: The Face of Alabama 2003
      Humanities Activities

      Free and open to the Public

      April 10, 2003
      7 p.m.
      Frank Fleming
      Juror Talk
      Museum Auditorium

      April 12, 2003
      11 a.m.
      Lecture/Slide Presentation
      "The Image of Alabama: A Historical Socio-Cultural Prospective"
      Dr. Harvey Jackson, Chair Department of History
      Jacksonville State University
      Museum Auditorium

      April 19, 2003
      1 p.m.
      Awardee Panel
      Gail Trechsel, Moderator
      Museum Auditorium

      April 26, 2003
      1 p.m.
      Leona Stemple, Community Curator
      Exhibition Hall

      May 3, 2003
      1 p.m.
      Musical Curator, Kate Campbell
      Exhibition Hall
      May 3, 2003
      6 p.m.
      Kate Campbell Performance
      Museum Auditorium
      $10 Admission

      Troy State University Montgomery Rosa Parks Museum
      252 Montgomery St.
      Montgomery, AL

      Alabama Exhibition: The Face of Alabama is supported with a grant from The
      Alabama Humanities Foundation and Alabama State Council on the Arts, Auburn
      University Center for Arts and Humanities, McPhillips, Shinbaum and Gill,
      L.L.P. in memory of Rev. Julian L. McPhillips, Sr. and Eleanor McPhillips,
      Tapley Finklea Group
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