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This exhibit explores the turning points in human history, from the invention of Stone Age tools to the internet.
This event will take place through March 15, 2015
The Center has developed a Huntsville component that showcases the ingenuity of the community that sent man to the Moon. Includes local patents that track the history of a cotton town turned Rocket City.
The exhibit will feature original paintings borrowed from institutional collections nationwide & Galerie Street, Etienne, New York, the gallery that has represented Grandma Moses since 1940.
This exhibit will take place until March 1, 2015.
Organized in conjunction with "Aesthetic Engineering," this invitational group exhibition will showcase the work of seven noted glass artists from our region.
This exhibit runs through February 8, 2015.
Special programs will be followed by observation of the night sky through the telescope at our Star parties.
View the works of William Thomas, a Southern botanical realism artist whose paintings depict both foliage and floral specimens.
Cool days in January and February are perfect for enjoying the fresh air and sunshine in the Garden. Walk the trails or play fetch in the "no leash" zone at the back of the Garden.
Featuring open artist studios andindependent shops, hallway demonstrations and performances, relaxed open houses and a strong sense of community and connectedness.
Two unlikely couples charter the course to true love as they head out to sea on the S.S. American.
The show is recommended for ages 10 & up.
Best selling children's author Jarrett Krosoczka is the keynote speaker for Learning Expo 2015. This is the largest education event in North Alabama and is the only opportunity area families have to find all the local education information they need in one place in one day! This event is FREE and open to the public and will feature a full day of speakers, workshops, panels, and entertainment.
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