October 27, 2018
Come run in your favorite Super Hero costume to show your support for all of our armed forces! Don't have a costume? Don't worry! All are...
This event occurs daily, every 1 day(s).
The student work featured in this exhibit marks the culmination of a three-year partnership between Levine Museum of the New South and Studio 345, a program of the Arts and Science Council.
In the summer of 2018, Studio 345 student Emily Núñez led high school students in conversations around how colorism has affected their lives and informs their visions for the future. Their artwork is the result of these conversations and reflections. The exhibit features mixed media, graphic design and digital art.
$6-$10, children 5 and younger free
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