The Daura Gallery at Lynchburg College will have an opening reception Sept. 8 at 4 p.m. for three exhibitions.
"Sep Kamvar: Boundaries" focuses on the web as an information source and an accessible, dynamic, and interactive medium. Each aspect of the exhibition — drawings, touchscreen computers, flower bulbs — is interactive.
"August 1914: Postcards from the Front" is offered in commemoration of the Centennial anniversary of the outbreak of World War I. This exhibition of original World War I-era postcards shows scenes from the Western Front of France, Belgium, and Germany, including trench warfare, battlefields, destruction, doughboys, and life in camp.
"Pierre Daura: Landscapes of Virginia" includes 24 selected works executed between 1940 and1970. They demonstrate Daura’s deep connection with the rural scene in all its aspects.