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May14 - Tue^9 a.m.Art Exhibition: Entangled and Ingested
Student Center Other, Student Center
On view January 11 – May 20, 2024 Hampson Commons, Student Center Exhibition: Entangled and Ingested The Entangled and Ingested project traces the ways film plastics inundate our lives, linking marine creatures to our consumption and us to their survival. Kat Owens creates life-sized portraits made from film plastic debris documenting animals harmed by entanglement and ingestion of plastic marine debris. To highlight her work and amplify the message it sends, and in celebration of Randolph's new marine science major, seven portraits from this series will be on display in Hampson Commons in the spring of 2024.
15 - Wed^9 a.m.Art Exhibition: Entangled and Ingested
Student Center Other, Student Center
On view January 11 – May 20, 2024 Hampson Commons, Student Center Exhibition: Entangled and Ingested The Entangled and Ingested project traces the ways film plastics inundate our lives, linking marine creatures to our consumption and us to their survival. Kat Owens creates life-sized portraits made from film plastic debris documenting animals harmed by entanglement and ingestion of plastic marine debris. To highlight her work and amplify the message it sends, and in celebration of Randolph's new marine science major, seven portraits from this series will be on display in Hampson Commons in the spring of 2024.
16 - Thu^9 a.m.Art Exhibition: Entangled and Ingested
Student Center Other, Student Center
On view January 11 – May 20, 2024 Hampson Commons, Student Center Exhibition: Entangled and Ingested The Entangled and Ingested project traces the ways film plastics inundate our lives, linking marine creatures to our consumption and us to their survival. Kat Owens creates life-sized portraits made from film plastic debris documenting animals harmed by entanglement and ingestion of plastic marine debris. To highlight her work and amplify the message it sends, and in celebration of Randolph's new marine science major, seven portraits from this series will be on display in Hampson Commons in the spring of 2024.
17 - Fri^9 a.m.Art Exhibition: Entangled and Ingested
Student Center Other, Student Center
On view January 11 – May 20, 2024 Hampson Commons, Student Center Exhibition: Entangled and Ingested The Entangled and Ingested project traces the ways film plastics inundate our lives, linking marine creatures to our consumption and us to their survival. Kat Owens creates life-sized portraits made from film plastic debris documenting animals harmed by entanglement and ingestion of plastic marine debris. To highlight her work and amplify the message it sends, and in celebration of Randolph's new marine science major, seven portraits from this series will be on display in Hampson Commons in the spring of 2024.
18 - Sat^9 a.m.Art Exhibition: Entangled and Ingested
Student Center Other, Student Center
On view January 11 – May 20, 2024 Hampson Commons, Student Center Exhibition: Entangled and Ingested The Entangled and Ingested project traces the ways film plastics inundate our lives, linking marine creatures to our consumption and us to their survival. Kat Owens creates life-sized portraits made from film plastic debris documenting animals harmed by entanglement and ingestion of plastic marine debris. To highlight her work and amplify the message it sends, and in celebration of Randolph's new marine science major, seven portraits from this series will be on display in Hampson Commons in the spring of 2024.
19 - Sun^9 a.m.Art Exhibition: Entangled and Ingested
Student Center Other, Student Center
On view January 11 – May 20, 2024 Hampson Commons, Student Center Exhibition: Entangled and Ingested The Entangled and Ingested project traces the ways film plastics inundate our lives, linking marine creatures to our consumption and us to their survival. Kat Owens creates life-sized portraits made from film plastic debris documenting animals harmed by entanglement and ingestion of plastic marine debris. To highlight her work and amplify the message it sends, and in celebration of Randolph's new marine science major, seven portraits from this series will be on display in Hampson Commons in the spring of 2024.
20 - Mon^9 a.m.Art Exhibition: Entangled and Ingested
Student Center Other, Student Center
On view January 11 – May 20, 2024 Hampson Commons, Student Center Exhibition: Entangled and Ingested The Entangled and Ingested project traces the ways film plastics inundate our lives, linking marine creatures to our consumption and us to their survival. Kat Owens creates life-sized portraits made from film plastic debris documenting animals harmed by entanglement and ingestion of plastic marine debris. To highlight her work and amplify the message it sends, and in celebration of Randolph's new marine science major, seven portraits from this series will be on display in Hampson Commons in the spring of 2024.
5 p.m.Monday Meditation in the Maier Gallery
Maier Museum of Art
Monday Meditation in the Maier Gallery Mondays from 5:15 to 6:30 pm (plan to arrive between 5:00 – 5:15 pm) Surrounded by art, the group offers an introduction to mindfulness meditation based on Buddhist teachings. Participants practice sitting meditation, mindful movement, and other methods helpful in bringing awareness to daily life. All are welcome to join, regardless of race, creed, color, belief, gender expression, etc. Free and open to the public (free will offerings are welcome). Wear comfortable, loose clothing. Use the main entrance of the museum. (If the doors are closed, please ring the door bell.) To confirm dates around Museum closings and the holidays, please contact the Maier Museum at 434-947-8136 or museum@topqualitys.net.
June3 - Mon^5 p.m.Monday Meditation in the Maier Gallery
Maier Museum of Art
Monday Meditation in the Maier Gallery Mondays from 5:15 to 6:30 pm (plan to arrive between 5:00 – 5:15 pm) Surrounded by art, the group offers an introduction to mindfulness meditation based on Buddhist teachings. Participants practice sitting meditation, mindful movement, and other methods helpful in bringing awareness to daily life. All are welcome to join, regardless of race, creed, color, belief, gender expression, etc. Free and open to the public (free will offerings are welcome). Wear comfortable, loose clothing. Use the main entrance of the museum. (If the doors are closed, please ring the door bell.) To confirm dates around Museum closings and the holidays, please contact the Maier Museum at 434-947-8136 or museum@topqualitys.net.
10 - Mon^9 a.m.WBB Prospect Camp
Gym, Athletics and Dance Center
5 p.m.Monday Meditation in the Maier Gallery
Maier Museum of Art
Monday Meditation in the Maier Gallery Mondays from 5:15 to 6:30 pm (plan to arrive between 5:00 – 5:15 pm) Surrounded by art, the group offers an introduction to mindfulness meditation based on Buddhist teachings. Participants practice sitting meditation, mindful movement, and other methods helpful in bringing awareness to daily life. All are welcome to join, regardless of race, creed, color, belief, gender expression, etc. Free and open to the public (free will offerings are welcome). Wear comfortable, loose clothing. Use the main entrance of the museum. (If the doors are closed, please ring the door bell.) To confirm dates around Museum closings and the holidays, please contact the Maier Museum at 434-947-8136 or museum@topqualitys.net.
13 - Thu^7:30 p.m.Endstation Theatre's Playwright's Initiative Reading Festival
Maier Museum of Art
End Station Theatre's 2024 Playwright's Initiative Reading Festival is a new play-reading series will have 5 staged readings of new and original scripts about Central, VA. This 2024 reading series will be an important step in developing material for fully staged productions - continuing Endstation Theatre Company’s tradition of keeping your story alive. Get your tickets now! http://ci.ovationtix.com/30755/production/1187387 Thursday, June 13th at 7:30pm "Good Birth" by Patrick Earl is a new play about The Virginia State Colony for Epileptics and Feebleminded. This facility, right across the James River, is now called The Central Virginia Training Center. It became known for its forced sterilization of the poor and people of color. It was also the facility at the center of the 1927 Supreme Court decision Buck v. Bell that upheld a physician’s right to forcibly sterilize a patient. "Good Birth" is a fictional tale of a young girl asked too soon to fight for her right to bear a child and suffer society’s misguided view of intelligence; all while facing down the brute force of the American Eugenics Movement in the early 1900s. This play contains REFERENCES TO SEXUAL ABUSE AND VIOLENCE.

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