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Arts Calendar

EXHIBITS:

Atkinson Museum, H-SC: (Sept. 6-Oct. 22) Helen Suzman: South African Fighter for Human Rights;

Longwood Center for the Visual Arts: (through Jan. 6) “Three-Ring Circus: Highlights from the William and Ann Oppenhimer Folk Art Collection”;

Central Virginia Arts Exhibit: (through Oct. 1) Margaret Stombock and Pat Thorne; Riverside Cafe;

SEPTEMBER 20

FILM SERIES & DISCUSSION – 7 p.m. Shakespeare's Henry V in Popular Culture; Bortz Library; H-SC.

SEPTEMBER 28

CONCERT – Ewabo Caribbean Trio; Tiger Inn; H-SC.

SEPTEMBER 29

LONGWOOD THEATRE – 7 p.m. Juno and the Paycock, Mainstage Theatre, Center for Communication Studies and Theatre (Franklin & Race Streets), general admission: $8; faculty, staff, seniors, students from other schools/colleges: $6; Longwood students: $5.

CHAMBER MUSIC SERIES – 7:30 p.m. D'Amore Duo, Molnar Recital Hall, Wygal; LU.

SEPTEMBER 30

LONGWOOD THEATRE – 7 p.m. Juno and the Paycock, Mainstage Theatre, Center for Communication Studies and Theatre (Franklin & Race Streets), general admission: $8; faculty, staff, seniors, students from other schools/colleges: $6; Longwood students: $5.

OCTOBER 1

FOUNDERS CONCERT – 10 a.m. Tray Eppes, Everett Stadium Patio; H-SC.

LONGWOOD THEATRE – 7 p.m. Juno and the Paycock, Mainstage Theatre, Center for Communication Studies and Theatre (Franklin & Race Streets), general admission: $8; faculty, staff, seniors, students from other schools/colleges: $6; Longwood students: $5.

OCTOBER 2

LONGWOOD THEATRE – 7 p.m. Juno and the Paycock, Mainstage Theatre, Center for Communication Studies and Theatre (Franklin & Race Streets), general admission: $8; faculty, staff, seniors, students from other schools/colleges: $6; Longwood students: $5.

OCTOBER 3

RECEPTION/GALLERY TALK – 4:30 p.m. “Helen Suzman: South African Fighter for Human Rights,” by Mark Suzman, Atkinson Museum; H-SC.

OCTOBER 5

WEDNESDAYS WITH WOMEN'S AND GENDER STUDIES – 3 p.m. “It's only Logical: Women in Technology, Math, and Science,” Greenwood Library 209; LU.

EXECUTIVE-IN-RESIDENCE SERIES – 7 p.m. Ken Fergeson, chairman of NBC Oklahoma, Blackwell Boardroom; LU.

AUTHORS SERIES – 8 p.m. Fear of Moving Water and The Circus Poems by Alex Grant, poet, LCVA Lower Level.