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Alabama Humanities February Events

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      Alabama Humanities February Events

       

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      Alabama Humanities Foundation

       

      February 2011

       

      February 1
      Bringing the World to Alabama
      Alabama World Affairs Council
      Museum of Fine Arts, Blount Park, Montgomery
      6:15 p.m. 
      Further information: (334) 284-2636
      Grants Project

      February 3
      Southern Outsiders Film Series
      Jule Collins Smith Museum (Auburn)
      6 p.m. 
      Further information: (917) 873-3901
      Grants Project
       

      February 3
      Red Mountain Reading Series
      Jefferson State Community College
      7 p.m. 
      Further information: (205) 807-7627
      Grants Project

      February 2
      Troy University Black History Month Lecture Series
      Troy University-Dothan
      3 p.m.
      Further information: (334) 983-6556
      Grants Project

      February 7
      Troy University Black History Month Lecture Series
      Troy University-Troy
      10 a.m. 
      Further information: (334) 983-6556
      Grants Project

      February 8
      Selma-Dallas County Reading-Discussion Series
      Selma-Dallas County Public Library
      4 p.m.
      Further information: (334) 874-1725
      Grants Project

      February 10
      Southern Outsiders Film Series
      Jule Collins Smith Museum, Auburn
      6 p.m.           
      Further information: (917) 873-3901
      Grants Project

      February 10
      Fiddlers, Banjo Players, and Strawbeaters:  Alabama’s First Pop Musicians
      Road Scholars Speakers Bureau with Joyce Cauthen
      Bluff Park United Methodist Church (Hoover)
      Sponsored by the Melodia Music Club
      10:00 a.m.
      Joan Davis: (205) 824-3415
      AHF program

      February 11
      Visiting Authors & Storytellers Series
      Shelby County Arts Council
      Further information: (205) 699-0044
      Grants Project

      February 17
      ArchiTreats: Food for Thought
      Alabama Department of Archives & History (Montgomery)
      12 p.m.
      Further information: (334) 353-4693
      Grants Project

      February 17
      Troy University Black History Month Lecture Series
      Troy University-Dothan
      7 p.m. 
       Further information: (334) 983-6556
      Grants Project

      February 17-20
      Southern Voices 2011: Striking a Choral
      Hoover Public Library
      Further information: (205) 444-7748
      Grants Project

      February 18-19
      Southern Culture: The AUMLAC Conference
      Auburn University at Montgomery
      Further information: (334) 244-3249
      Grants Project

      February 20
      Spiral: Perspectives on an African-American Art Collective
      Birmingham Museum of Art
      6 p.m.
      Further information: (205) 254-2566
      Grants Project

      February 24
      Through the Back Door: The Music that Bridged the Bayou
      Road Scholars Speakers Bureau with Dolores Hydock
      Foley Civic Center
      Sponsored by the Foley Public Library
      6:00 p.m.
      Steve Horn: (251) 709-5007
      AHF program

      February 24
      Southern Outsiders Film Series
      Jule Collins Smith Museum (Auburn)
      6 p.m.
      Further information: (917) 873-3901
      Grants Project

      February 25                                   
      William Bradford Huie
      William Bradford Huie Library (Hartselle)
      Further information: (256) 773-9880
      Grants Project

      February 26
      Through the Back Door: The Music that Bridged the Bayou
      Road Scholars Speakers Bureau with Dolores Hydock
      Tuscaloosa Public Library
      Sponsored by the Tuscaloosa Public Library
      1:00 p.m.
      Nicky Stevens: (205) 345-5820
      AHF program

      February 26
      The Race Beat Essay Contest: Readings and Awards
      The Hartselle Fine Arts Center
      Further information: (256) 773-9880
      Grants Project

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