The Staunton Augusta Art Center in Staunton, presents First Things: Ecclesiastical Designs and Working Drawings by Ronald Neill Dixon. The show opens September 30 and closes October 29th. The opening reception is on Friday, September 30th , 5pm to 7pm.
The Kluge Ruhe Aborigional Museum in Charlottesville continue’s the Damien Shen exhibition, “On the Fabric of the Ngarrindjeri (n-gar- in-jeri) Body”. The exhibition includes drawings, prints and photographs that tell the story of the hallowed Aboriginal body and its desecration when colonial scientists stole Aboriginal remains to collect them for research. Shen investigates the politics of death, the body, and race from a unique and often silenced perspective.
The Daura Gallery at Lynchburg College presents Mindful: exploring mental health through art, curated by the Society for Contemporary Craft in Pittsburgh. The exhibition runs through December.
Culture Connection is a service of Hear Together on WNRN. If you have an interesting event coming up in the next month or so, email Beryl Solla at Culture@wnrn.org and let me share your WNRN culture Connection.