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Prism Gallery 

Prism logo with background of visiting patrons

Located in the lower level hallway of the Festival Conference and Student Center, Prism Gallery is dedicated to exhibiting works emphasizing aspects of diversity, including areas of culture, religion, gender and sexuality.

Prism Gallery is open during normal building hours:
Mon.-Sat. 8AM-12AM; Sun., 9AM-12AM

Non-JMU Visitor Metered Parking is now available across the street from Festival in Lot C12 behind the bus stop.


On Exhibit

In Remembrance Of...
Exhibit runs through December 22nd

"During the summer of 2017 I travelled through Normandy with my father-in-law. I knew he had served in the Navy during World War II and had lost two brothers, one at the start of the war in France and the other in Germany towards the end. However, there is a difference between knowing facts and coming to understand sacrifice and loss.
During our travels we explored battlefields, graveyards, and the many churches that served as a place of spiritual refuge. In each my father-in-law taught me a bit about love.  Everywhere he went, he reached out to those he met and was always warmly embraced. I watched him share stories of his life with the French, but also with the Germans and Americans who came to these sites to remember the war."
This exhibit is dedicated to all who have made the ultimate sacrifice to protect and defend others.
Photographer and Curator: Kathryn Stevens