Wednesday, August 01, 2018 - Friday, August 31, 2018

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Camp JumpStart is an early reading readiness camp offered to children ages 3 and a half to 6 years of age.
Event Time
9:00AM
Location
Speech, Hearing, Learning Services 315 West 3rd Street Farmville, VA 23909
The Longwood Center for the Visual Arts(LCVA) invites you to join us this summer to explore and create beautiful works of art inspired by some of your favorite children's literature, both old and new! Open weekdays from June 11 through August (closed July 4), the Summer Art Studio program is bringing popular children's books to life through art. This program features kid-friendly art activities for children of all ages. Drop in any time between 11:00am–2:00pm at the LCVA. Summer Art Studio also features little artists areas for children ages 4 and younger. This program is free and open to the public.
Event Time
11:00AM
Location
Longwood Center for the Visual Arts, located at 129 North Main Street in Farmville, VA
Reader's Theater is an engaging and motivating strategy that combines reading practice and performance.
Event Time
1:30PM
Location
Longwood's Speech, Hearing, and Learning Services 315 West 3rd Street Farmville, VA 23909
Camp JumpStart is an early reading readiness camp offered to children ages 3 and a half to 6 years of age.
Event Time
9:00AM
Location
Speech, Hearing, Learning Services 315 West 3rd Street Farmville, VA 23909
The Longwood Center for the Visual Arts(LCVA) invites you to join us this summer to explore and create beautiful works of art inspired by some of your favorite children's literature, both old and new! Open weekdays from June 11 through August (closed July 4), the Summer Art Studio program is bringing popular children's books to life through art. This program features kid-friendly art activities for children of all ages. Drop in any time between 11:00am–2:00pm at the LCVA. Summer Art Studio also features little artists areas for children ages 4 and younger. This program is free and open to the public.
Event Time
11:00AM
Location
Longwood Center for the Visual Arts, located at 129 North Main Street in Farmville, VA
Reader's Theater is an engaging and motivating strategy that combines reading practice and performance.
Event Time
1:30PM
Location
Longwood's Speech, Hearing, and Learning Services 315 West Third Street Farmville, VA 23909
Event Time
12:00AM
Event Time
11:13AM
Event Time
12:00AM
Opening Reception for A Shared Legacy: FOLK ART IN AMERICA: August 17, 5-8:00pm This exhibition tells the story of the extraordinary work created by self-taught or minimally trained artists in New England, the Midwest, the Mid-Atlantic, and the South between 1800 and 1925.
Event Time
5:00PM
Location
Longwood Center for the Visual Arts, located at 129 North Main Street
A Shared Legacy: FOLK ART IN AMERICA tells the story of the extraordinary work created by self-taught or minimally trained artists in New England, the Midwest, the Mid-Atlantic, and the South between 1800 and 1925. The exhibition showcases more than 60 works by some of the most admired 19th-century American artists. Included are rare and very fine portraits by such artists as Ammi Phillips and John Brewster, Jr.; vivid still lifes, allegorical scenes and landscapes, including a mature Peaceable Kingdom by Edward Hicks (above)
Event Time
11:00AM
Location
Longwood Center for the Visual Arts, located at 129 North Main Street in Farmville, VA.
LeUyen Pham (but you can call her “Win”) is an award-winning author and illustrator of more than 100 books for children. "There's No Such Thing As Little" will remain on view August 18-November 25th, with a Reception with the artist, October 19th 5:30-8:00pm.
Event Time
11:00AM
Location
Longwood Center for the Visual Arts, located at 129 North Main Street in Farmville, VA.
Event Time
11:14AM
A Shared Legacy: FOLK ART IN AMERICA tells the story of the extraordinary work created by self-taught or minimally trained artists in New England, the Midwest, the Mid-Atlantic, and the South between 1800 and 1925. The exhibition showcases more than 60 works by some of the most admired 19th-century American artists. Included are rare and very fine portraits by such artists as Ammi Phillips and John Brewster, Jr.; vivid still lifes, allegorical scenes and landscapes, including a mature Peaceable Kingdom by Edward Hicks (above)
Event Time
11:00AM
Location
Longwood Center for the Visual Arts, located at 129 North Main Street in Farmville, VA.
LeUyen Pham (but you can call her “Win”) is an award-winning author and illustrator of more than 100 books for children. "There's No Such Thing As Little" will remain on view August 18-November 25th, with a Reception with the artist, October 19th 5:30-8:00pm.
Event Time
11:00AM
Location
Longwood Center for the Visual Arts, located at 129 North Main Street in Farmville, VA.
A Shared Legacy: FOLK ART IN AMERICA tells the story of the extraordinary work created by self-taught or minimally trained artists in New England, the Midwest, the Mid-Atlantic, and the South between 1800 and 1925. The exhibition showcases more than 60 works by some of the most admired 19th-century American artists. Included are rare and very fine portraits by such artists as Ammi Phillips and John Brewster, Jr.; vivid still lifes, allegorical scenes and landscapes, including a mature Peaceable Kingdom by Edward Hicks (above)
Event Time
11:00AM
Location
Longwood Center for the Visual Arts, located at 129 North Main Street in Farmville, VA.
LeUyen Pham (but you can call her “Win”) is an award-winning author and illustrator of more than 100 books for children. "There's No Such Thing As Little" will remain on view August 18-November 25th, with a Reception with the artist, October 19th 5:30-8:00pm.
Event Time
11:00AM
Location
Longwood Center for the Visual Arts, located at 129 North Main Street in Farmville, VA.
Event Time
11:54AM
A Shared Legacy: FOLK ART IN AMERICA tells the story of the extraordinary work created by self-taught or minimally trained artists in New England, the Midwest, the Mid-Atlantic, and the South between 1800 and 1925. The exhibition showcases more than 60 works by some of the most admired 19th-century American artists. Included are rare and very fine portraits by such artists as Ammi Phillips and John Brewster, Jr.; vivid still lifes, allegorical scenes and landscapes, including a mature Peaceable Kingdom by Edward Hicks (above)
Event Time
11:00AM
Location
Longwood Center for the Visual Arts, located at 129 North Main Street in Farmville, VA.
LeUyen Pham (but you can call her “Win”) is an award-winning author and illustrator of more than 100 books for children. "There's No Such Thing As Little" will remain on view August 18-November 25th, with a Reception with the artist, October 19th 5:30-8:00pm.
Event Time
11:00AM
Location
Longwood Center for the Visual Arts, located at 129 North Main Street in Farmville, VA.
A Shared Legacy: FOLK ART IN AMERICA tells the story of the extraordinary work created by self-taught or minimally trained artists in New England, the Midwest, the Mid-Atlantic, and the South between 1800 and 1925. The exhibition showcases more than 60 works by some of the most admired 19th-century American artists. Included are rare and very fine portraits by such artists as Ammi Phillips and John Brewster, Jr.; vivid still lifes, allegorical scenes and landscapes, including a mature Peaceable Kingdom by Edward Hicks (above)
Event Time
11:00AM
Location
Longwood Center for the Visual Arts, located at 129 North Main Street in Farmville, VA.
LeUyen Pham (but you can call her “Win”) is an award-winning author and illustrator of more than 100 books for children. "There's No Such Thing As Little" will remain on view August 18-November 25th, with a Reception with the artist, October 19th 5:30-8:00pm.
Event Time
11:00AM
Location
Longwood Center for the Visual Arts, located at 129 North Main Street in Farmville, VA.
A Shared Legacy: FOLK ART IN AMERICA tells the story of the extraordinary work created by self-taught or minimally trained artists in New England, the Midwest, the Mid-Atlantic, and the South between 1800 and 1925. The exhibition showcases more than 60 works by some of the most admired 19th-century American artists. Included are rare and very fine portraits by such artists as Ammi Phillips and John Brewster, Jr.; vivid still lifes, allegorical scenes and landscapes, including a mature Peaceable Kingdom by Edward Hicks (above)
Event Time
11:00AM
Location
Longwood Center for the Visual Arts, located at 129 North Main Street in Farmville, VA.
LeUyen Pham (but you can call her “Win”) is an award-winning author and illustrator of more than 100 books for children. "There's No Such Thing As Little" will remain on view August 18-November 25th, with a Reception with the artist, October 19th 5:30-8:00pm.
Event Time
11:00AM
Location
Longwood Center for the Visual Arts, located at 129 North Main Street in Farmville, VA.
A Shared Legacy: FOLK ART IN AMERICA tells the story of the extraordinary work created by self-taught or minimally trained artists in New England, the Midwest, the Mid-Atlantic, and the South between 1800 and 1925. The exhibition showcases more than 60 works by some of the most admired 19th-century American artists. Included are rare and very fine portraits by such artists as Ammi Phillips and John Brewster, Jr.; vivid still lifes, allegorical scenes and landscapes, including a mature Peaceable Kingdom by Edward Hicks (above)
Event Time
11:00AM
Location
Longwood Center for the Visual Arts, located at 129 North Main Street in Farmville, VA.
LeUyen Pham (but you can call her “Win”) is an award-winning author and illustrator of more than 100 books for children. "There's No Such Thing As Little" will remain on view August 18-November 25th, with a Reception with the artist, October 19th 5:30-8:00pm.
Event Time
11:00AM
Location
Longwood Center for the Visual Arts, located at 129 North Main Street in Farmville, VA.
A Shared Legacy: FOLK ART IN AMERICA tells the story of the extraordinary work created by self-taught or minimally trained artists in New England, the Midwest, the Mid-Atlantic, and the South between 1800 and 1925. The exhibition showcases more than 60 works by some of the most admired 19th-century American artists. Included are rare and very fine portraits by such artists as Ammi Phillips and John Brewster, Jr.; vivid still lifes, allegorical scenes and landscapes, including a mature Peaceable Kingdom by Edward Hicks (above)
Event Time
11:00AM
Location
Longwood Center for the Visual Arts, located at 129 North Main Street in Farmville, VA.
LeUyen Pham (but you can call her “Win”) is an award-winning author and illustrator of more than 100 books for children. "There's No Such Thing As Little" will remain on view August 18-November 25th, with a Reception with the artist, October 19th 5:30-8:00pm.
Event Time
11:00AM
Location
Longwood Center for the Visual Arts, located at 129 North Main Street in Farmville, VA.
Event Time
4:40PM
Location
Grades 9-12
A Shared Legacy: FOLK ART IN AMERICA tells the story of the extraordinary work created by self-taught or minimally trained artists in New England, the Midwest, the Mid-Atlantic, and the South between 1800 and 1925. The exhibition showcases more than 60 works by some of the most admired 19th-century American artists. Included are rare and very fine portraits by such artists as Ammi Phillips and John Brewster, Jr.; vivid still lifes, allegorical scenes and landscapes, including a mature Peaceable Kingdom by Edward Hicks (above)
Event Time
11:00AM
Location
Longwood Center for the Visual Arts, located at 129 North Main Street in Farmville, VA.
LeUyen Pham (but you can call her “Win”) is an award-winning author and illustrator of more than 100 books for children. "There's No Such Thing As Little" will remain on view August 18-November 25th, with a Reception with the artist, October 19th 5:30-8:00pm.
Event Time
11:00AM
Location
Longwood Center for the Visual Arts, located at 129 North Main Street in Farmville, VA.
A Shared Legacy: FOLK ART IN AMERICA tells the story of the extraordinary work created by self-taught or minimally trained artists in New England, the Midwest, the Mid-Atlantic, and the South between 1800 and 1925. The exhibition showcases more than 60 works by some of the most admired 19th-century American artists. Included are rare and very fine portraits by such artists as Ammi Phillips and John Brewster, Jr.; vivid still lifes, allegorical scenes and landscapes, including a mature Peaceable Kingdom by Edward Hicks (above)
Event Time
11:00AM
Location
Longwood Center for the Visual Arts, located at 129 North Main Street in Farmville, VA.
LeUyen Pham (but you can call her “Win”) is an award-winning author and illustrator of more than 100 books for children. "There's No Such Thing As Little" will remain on view August 18-November 25th, with a Reception with the artist, October 19th 5:30-8:00pm.
Event Time
11:00AM
Location
Longwood Center for the Visual Arts, located at 129 North Main Street in Farmville, VA.
Event Time
11:56AM
A Shared Legacy: FOLK ART IN AMERICA tells the story of the extraordinary work created by self-taught or minimally trained artists in New England, the Midwest, the Mid-Atlantic, and the South between 1800 and 1925. The exhibition showcases more than 60 works by some of the most admired 19th-century American artists. Included are rare and very fine portraits by such artists as Ammi Phillips and John Brewster, Jr.; vivid still lifes, allegorical scenes and landscapes, including a mature Peaceable Kingdom by Edward Hicks (above)
Event Time
11:00AM
Location
Longwood Center for the Visual Arts, located at 129 North Main Street in Farmville, VA.
LeUyen Pham (but you can call her “Win”) is an award-winning author and illustrator of more than 100 books for children. "There's No Such Thing As Little" will remain on view August 18-November 25th, with a Reception with the artist, October 19th 5:30-8:00pm.
Event Time
11:00AM
Location
Longwood Center for the Visual Arts, located at 129 North Main Street in Farmville, VA.
A Shared Legacy: FOLK ART IN AMERICA tells the story of the extraordinary work created by self-taught or minimally trained artists in New England, the Midwest, the Mid-Atlantic, and the South between 1800 and 1925. The exhibition showcases more than 60 works by some of the most admired 19th-century American artists. Included are rare and very fine portraits by such artists as Ammi Phillips and John Brewster, Jr.; vivid still lifes, allegorical scenes and landscapes, including a mature Peaceable Kingdom by Edward Hicks (above)
Event Time
11:00AM
Location
Longwood Center for the Visual Arts, located at 129 North Main Street in Farmville, VA.
LeUyen Pham (but you can call her “Win”) is an award-winning author and illustrator of more than 100 books for children. "There's No Such Thing As Little" will remain on view August 18-November 25th, with a Reception with the artist, October 19th 5:30-8:00pm.
Event Time
11:00AM
Location
Longwood Center for the Visual Arts, located at 129 North Main Street in Farmville, VA.
A Shared Legacy: FOLK ART IN AMERICA tells the story of the extraordinary work created by self-taught or minimally trained artists in New England, the Midwest, the Mid-Atlantic, and the South between 1800 and 1925. The exhibition showcases more than 60 works by some of the most admired 19th-century American artists. Included are rare and very fine portraits by such artists as Ammi Phillips and John Brewster, Jr.; vivid still lifes, allegorical scenes and landscapes, including a mature Peaceable Kingdom by Edward Hicks (above)
Event Time
11:00AM
Location
Longwood Center for the Visual Arts, located at 129 North Main Street in Farmville, VA.
LeUyen Pham (but you can call her “Win”) is an award-winning author and illustrator of more than 100 books for children. "There's No Such Thing As Little" will remain on view August 18-November 25th, with a Reception with the artist, October 19th 5:30-8:00pm.
Event Time
11:00AM
Location
Longwood Center for the Visual Arts, located at 129 North Main Street in Farmville, VA.
A Shared Legacy: FOLK ART IN AMERICA tells the story of the extraordinary work created by self-taught or minimally trained artists in New England, the Midwest, the Mid-Atlantic, and the South between 1800 and 1925. The exhibition showcases more than 60 works by some of the most admired 19th-century American artists. Included are rare and very fine portraits by such artists as Ammi Phillips and John Brewster, Jr.; vivid still lifes, allegorical scenes and landscapes, including a mature Peaceable Kingdom by Edward Hicks (above)
Event Time
11:00AM
Location
Longwood Center for the Visual Arts, located at 129 North Main Street in Farmville, VA.
LeUyen Pham (but you can call her “Win”) is an award-winning author and illustrator of more than 100 books for children. "There's No Such Thing As Little" will remain on view August 18-November 25th, with a Reception with the artist, October 19th 5:30-8:00pm.
Event Time
11:00AM
Location
Longwood Center for the Visual Arts, located at 129 North Main Street in Farmville, VA.
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