Sunday, January 28, 2018 - Saturday, February 03, 2018

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The Longwood LIFE Pilot Program, set to begin in the spring of 2018, will serve to provide young adults, whose disabilities have traditionally excluded them from higher education, with an inclusive experience that will further their lifetime skills and prepare them for employment and independent living in their communities. This is the kick-off orientation meeting for the parents and students on campus which will be coordinated by the following Longwood team: Karen Feathers, Special Education Faculty, Ian Danielsen, Social Work Faculty, Matt Lucas, Heath & Recreation Faculty, and Alex Caldwell, Graduate Assistant for Special Education.
Event Time
2:00PM
Location
Hull Building, Room #249
Event Time
4:00PM
Location
Lankford Student Union BC Rooms
The Longwood Center for the Visual Arts (LCVA) will feature the poignant and timely work of VL Cox with its upcoming exhibition, Break Glass: The Art of VL Cox - A Conversation to End Hate. Cox's artwork will be on display November 3, 2017-February 18, 2018 with an opening reception in the galleries on November 3 from 5-8pm.
Event Time
5:00PM
Location
Longwood Center for the Visual Arts, located at 129 North Main Street
The Longwood Center for the Visual Arts (LCVA) will feature the poignant and timely work of VL Cox with its upcoming exhibition, Break Glass: The Art of VL Cox - A Conversation to End Hate. Cox's artwork will be on display November 3, 2017-February 18, 2018 with an opening reception in the galleries on November 3 from 5-8pm.
Event Time
5:00PM
Location
Longwood Center for the Visual Arts, located at 129 North Main Street
The Longwood Center for the Visual Arts (LCVA) will feature the poignant and timely work of VL Cox with its upcoming exhibition, Break Glass: The Art of VL Cox - A Conversation to End Hate. Cox's artwork will be on display November 3, 2017-February 18, 2018 with an opening reception in the galleries on November 3 from 5-8pm.
Event Time
5:00PM
Location
Longwood Center for the Visual Arts, located at 129 North Main Street
The Longwood Center for the Visual Arts (LCVA) will feature the poignant and timely work of VL Cox with its upcoming exhibition, Break Glass: The Art of VL Cox - A Conversation to End Hate. Cox's artwork will be on display November 3, 2017-February 18, 2018 with an opening reception in the galleries on November 3 from 5-8pm.
Event Time
5:00PM
Location
Longwood Center for the Visual Arts, located at 129 North Main Street
LCVA Welcomes Dr. Jacquelyn Serwer, Chief Curator at the Smithsonian Institution National Museum of African American History and Culture for a Lecture and discussion.
Event Time
6:30PM
Location
Blackwell Hall
Event Time
4:00PM
Location
Lankford Student Union BC Rooms
The Longwood Center for the Visual Arts (LCVA) will feature the poignant and timely work of VL Cox with its upcoming exhibition, Break Glass: The Art of VL Cox - A Conversation to End Hate. Cox's artwork will be on display November 3, 2017-February 18, 2018 with an opening reception in the galleries on November 3 from 5-8pm.
Event Time
5:00PM
Location
Longwood Center for the Visual Arts, located at 129 North Main Street
The Longwood Center for the Visual Arts (LCVA) will feature the poignant and timely work of VL Cox with its upcoming exhibition, Break Glass: The Art of VL Cox - A Conversation to End Hate. Cox's artwork will be on display November 3, 2017-February 18, 2018 with an opening reception in the galleries on November 3 from 5-8pm.
Event Time
5:00PM
Location
Longwood Center for the Visual Arts, located at 129 North Main Street
Virginia Lessons From Abroad Study Abroad Returnee Conference
Event Time
9:00AM
The Longwood Center for the Visual Arts (LCVA) will feature the poignant and timely work of VL Cox with its upcoming exhibition, Break Glass: The Art of VL Cox - A Conversation to End Hate. Cox's artwork will be on display November 3, 2017-February 18, 2018 with an opening reception in the galleries on November 3 from 5-8pm.
Event Time
5:00PM
Location
Longwood Center for the Visual Arts, located at 129 North Main Street
Honoring the legacy of Martin Luther King, Jr.
Event Time
8:00PM
Location
Carpenter Theatre, Richmond
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