December 2019

  • Dec 3: Black Studies and Black Spaces

November 2019

  • Nov 20: Linking Across Worlds - Tales from “Physics of Science Fiction”

October 2019

  • Oct 16: The Photographs in the House: How Two Images Opened a Hidden World

September 2019

  • Sep 19: Antoine the Fortunate
  • Sep 17: THE GREAT WAR IN STEREO

April 2019

  • Apr 23: Writing Photographs Exhibition
  • Apr 17: How to Think Outside the Box: Mapping Divergent Thinking
  • Apr 10: Songs of Vienna

March 2019

  • Mar 20: Envisioning Futures Across Disciplines
  • Mar 11: Wendy Ewald: Art and Activism

February 2019

  • Feb 20: Albert R. Lee, “A Man of Substance, One of Illinois’ Finest Traditions”
  • Feb 12: JMU Through Living Color

December 2018

  • Dec 4: Religion Gone Wild: Exploring the Power of Animals in the Ancient Mediterranean

November 2018

  • Nov 14: Creating a Visual Model of Human Knowledge

October 2018

  • Oct 17: Identity, Ethics and Volunteerism with Endangered Species

September 2018

  • Sep 19: Event Seeing Evolutionary Change: Nature seen through the Lenses of Art and Biology
  • Sep 11: Harrisonburg Then and Now: Photographing the Friendly City in the 1940s and Today

April 2018

  • Apr 30: Reception: Rethinking Urban Renewal
  • Apr 11: Colloquium 3: Documenting and Mapping Lynching in Virginia
  • Apr 4: Colloquium 2: Learning from the Bauhaus to the Stanford d.School

February 2018

  • Feb 21: Colloquium 1: Patterns of the Cosmos: Making Meaning in Textiles

January 2018

  • Jan 30: Exhibition: Draw and Play - The (Tet)rad Project
  • Jan 29: Opening Reception: Draw and Play - The (Tet)rad Project

December 2017

  • Dec 7: Harrisonburg: The Musical
  • Dec 1: Harrisonburg: The Musical

November 2017

  • Nov 15: COLLOQUIUM III: Why Digital History?

October 2017

  • Oct 18: COLLOQUIUM II: Preserving African-American History in Harrisonburg

September 2017

  • Sep 21: COLLOQUIUM I: A Century of Harrisonburg Clothing
  • Sep 20: Exhibition: Who Wore What Here
  • Sep 19: Opening Reception: Who Wore What Here

April 2017

  • Apr 19: COLLOQUIUM III: Exploring the Dynamics of Community Research and the Many Voices of Harrisonburg Project
  • Apr 18: Opening Reception: Time and Movement Class Exhibition

March 2017

  • Mar 15: COLLOQUIUM II: Using Visual Models to Understand the Past and the Future

February 2017

  • Feb 15: COLLOQUIUM I: Engaging Campus and Community Through a Documentary Film Festival
  • Feb 15: Exhibition: Master or Servant? How Digital Making Technologies are Changing the World
  • Feb 14: Opening Reception: Master or Servant Exhibition

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