"Everything you wanted to know about polygraph examinations and nonverbal communication but were afraid to ask"
Barry Stephens, retired Virginia State Trooper, describes how a polygraph works. Audience volunteers will be given a polygraph exam.
6 p.m., Hopwood Auditorium
Alicia Carter, soprano, and Naomi Amos, piano, perform art songs of the 20th century by Carlos Guastavino, Francis Poulenc, Samuel Barber, Mark Adamo, Kurt Weill and Stephen Sondheim.
The Vase Project: Made in China – Landscape in Blue
Qing Hua (blue and white vases) from Jingdezhen, China that explore contemporary industrial-landscape imagery in the context of the traditional idealized landscape. The exhibition, curated by Barbara Diduk of Dickinson College and coordinated by the Lafayette Art Galleries, also raises questions about the nature of replication, interpretation, and originality.
Join us at the Daura Gallery to make a movie with iMovie on an iPad supplied by Lynchburg College.
Workshop led by Kristin Reiber Harris, adjunct professor of art. Designed for children ages 7 to 14.
Come with an idea about the movie you want to make. Bring a friend or join a team. Feel free to bring a few props/toys for your movie.
Pre-registration is required by Dec. 6. Class size Limited to 10 children. Call 434.544.8349 or email email@example.com.
Join us at the Daura Gallery on Sunday, September 15 to make stick puppets and a stick puppet theatre!
We will be drawing pictures of our favorite American heroes inspired by William Gropper's American Folk Heroes series on exhibit. Then we'll turn the drawings into puppets.
Workshop led by Kristin Reiber Harris, former adjunct professor in the Art Department.
For children ages 6 to 14. Pre-registration is required - class size limited to 12 children.