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Arts

  1. Janelle Washington - A Special Exhibition in honor of Black History Month

    January 26, 2018 - February 23, 2018 @ Publick Playhouse

    With detailed, colorful cuts on paper, Janelle Washington celebrates “African American beauty, rich culture and history.” As she seeks to “empower [the individual] to move forward in greatness”, her work gives a contemporary refresh to traditional silhouette portraiture, making it accessible to audiences of all ages and creating a bridge between the old and the new.

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  2. A Curator Collects: Highlights from the collection of H. Elaine Jackson

    February 1, 2018, 10:00 AM - 7:00 PM @ Brentwood Arts Exchange

    Opening Reception: Saturday, January 27, 2018, 5 - 8 pm.

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  3. Leah Taylor

    February 1, 2018, 10:00 AM - 5:00 PM @ Montpelier Arts Center

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  4. Steven Silberg: In Care of the White House

    February 1, 2018, 10:00 AM - 5:00 PM @ Montpelier Arts Center

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  5. A Woman Named Truth

    February 1, 2018, 10:15 AM @ Publick Playhouse

    A great African American leader in the 1800s, Sojourner Truth was born a slave but was freed when she was in her 20s. As an abolitionist, religious leader, and advocate for women’s rights, she became a national figure. During the Civil War she aided the Union troops by bringing supplies, working in a hospital, counseling freed slaves, and encouraging soldiers with her sermons and hymns. You’ll be inspired by the life and work of this remarkable woman in this moving new play with music. Recommended for Grades 4-7 Curriculum Connections: African American History, Character Education, Music, U.S. History, Women’s Studies

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  6. A Woman Named Truth 

    February 1, 2018, 12:00 PM @ Publick Playhouse

    A great African American leader in the 1800s, Sojourner Truth was born a slave but was freed when she was in her 20s. As an abolitionist, religious leader, and advocate for women’s rights, she became a national figure. During the Civil War she aided the Union troops by bringing supplies, working in a hospital, counseling freed slaves, and encouraging soldiers with her sermons and hymns. You’ll be inspired by the life and work of this remarkable woman in this moving new play with music. Recommended for Grades 4-7 Curriculum Connections: African American History, Character Education, Music, U.S. History, Women’s Studies

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