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Suffolk Center celebrates the new year with “Living Large” our first art exhibition highlighting large artwork. This exhibition showcases artwork sized 24? and larger and features 17 talented artists, including: Hye Ja Billie, Alex Burdett, Rick Byrd, Pat Eelman, Barbara Harris, Petya Ivanova, Chris Jeanguenat, Hope Kinard, Charlie Lindauer, Glen McClure, Tom Paulk, Alex Rahn, Karen Rudd, Wayne Thomas, Sandy West, Ken Wright, and Nancy Zittrain.
The Suffolk Art League presents a juried exhibition featuring artwork by Suffolk’s 10th, 11th, and 12th grade students; the exhibit is open to students who either live in Suffolk or attend school in Suffolk (private, public, or home school). Presented in cooperation with the Suffolk Fine Arts Commission. Free and open to the public. For a complete prospectus, visit SuffolkArtLeague.com or call the Suffolk Art League at 757-925-0448.
A traveling exhibit from the Union Pacific Railroad Museum, “Hidden Histories” explores the seldom listened-to stories of railroad industry workers on the way to Promontory Point in Utah and the completion of the Transcontinental Railroad. The exhibit challenges everyone to examine the hidden histories in their own lives.
Join us for Open Your Eyes Part II, an evening of Poetic Reflections with Nathan Richardson, Sylvia Bond, and Kween Yakini. This will be a night to talk about Black language, music, and how that has been reflected in poetry and beyond. We will discuss "Ma Rainey" by Sterling A. Brown and "The Revolutions Will not Be Televised" by Gil Scott-Heron. This event will premiere live on the Suffolk Public Library Facebook page; registration is NOT required.