Arts & Music

Event Time and Date

Thursday, April 20 2017, 4:00 PM to 5:00 PM
28 Days until this Event

Several area artists discuss the relationship between the arts and nature through the lens of their own experiences, creative work, and activism. Free and open to the public. Open discussion encouraged. 

 

Gallery Hours

Tuesday–Friday 10AM–5:30PM

Saturday 10AM–4PM

Open late for MAC performances. Closed for VT holidays.

Moss Arts Center, Ruth C. Horton Gallery

190 Alumni Mall, Blacksburg, Virginia
Event Categories:

Art Display, Curiosity, Self-Understanding & Integrity, Social, Speaker & Lecture, Sustainability

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