Dr. Barbara Rothermel, University of Lynchburg museum studies professor and director of the Daura Gallery, recently presented research at the 15th annual University Museum and Collections Conference of the International […]
Stepping into a brisk, flowing stream, Disney’s Pocahontas sings a thought about the river—and applies equally well to museums. “What I love most about rivers is you can’t step in the […]
Dr. Brian E. Crim, associate professor of history, has been selected to participate in a residential seminar at the Mandel Center for Advanced Holocaust Studies at the U.S. Holocaust Memorial Museum in Washington, D.C.
The Daura Gallery at Lynchburg College will have an opening reception Monday, Sept. 8 at 4 p.m. for three exhibitions that run through Dec 8.
Sep Kamvar: Boundaries focuses on the web and each aspect of the exhibition — drawings, touchscreen computers, flower bulbs — is interactive.
The Senior Art Exhibition, Field of American Dreams: A Journey Through the History and Culture of Baseball,and Propaganda Posters of the Spanish Civil War are featured in the Daura Gallery.
April 15 – May 29
Illustrations from Alice’s Adventures in Wonderland are among the exhibitions at the Daura Gallery.
Picturing Wonderland: Sir John Tenniel’s Illustrations for the Alice Books
Sir John Tenniel’s illustrations for Alice’s Adventures in Wonderland and Through the Looking-Glass give form and detail to the worlds that Lewis Carroll created with his words.
Kwang-Young Chun will attend the opening of his exhibition, Aggregations, New Work, at 4 p.m. January 17 at the Daura Gallery. The exhibition will run through March 2.
Mandie Middleton, a rising junior history major and museum studies minor from Nokesville, Va., has been named to the 2011 Gilder Lehrman History Scholars Program. One of only thirty students in the nation selected for this honor, Mandie will participate in a one-week intensive history program in New York City June 18-25.
The Daura Gallery at Lynchburg College presents Stories of the Messengers: Haydar Hatemi, an exhibition of 47 paintings that explore four sacred texts in search of peace in the aftermath of 9/11.
A partnership between Lynchburg College and Historic Sandusky, an important Civil War site near the campus, has been formed.
The development of the non-profit partnership originated with an inquiry from the Strategic Planning Committee of the Historic Sandusky Foundation Board (HS) about the possibility of a formal relationship with LC.