IVS hosts two exhibits per semester: one Special Exhibit and one Studio Seminar exhibit.


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Harrisonburg Then and Now: Photographing the Friendly City in the 1940s and Today. 
Roop Hall, room 208

OPENING RECEPTION
Tuesday, September 11, 2018
11am -1PM

 

This exhibition is drawn from two image collections, one by local photographer Lupton Kaylor in the mid-twentieth century, now in the Harrisonburg Rockingham Historical Society; the other generated by community members last year for the Many Voices of Harrisonburg, a project that seeks to highlight the city’s rich cultural diversity.

 

 

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Religion Gone Wild: Exploring the Power of Animals in the Ancient Mediterranean
Roop Hall, room 208

OPENING RECEPTION
Tuesday, December 4, 2018
11am -1PM

In this course, students explored answers to a wide variety of meta-questions that relate to the relationship of humans and animals in sacred contexts. This exhibition features examples of their work this semester. This exhibition is on view until December 13, and is open to the public.

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