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  1. Walk On The Wild Side

    March 24, 2022, 11:00 AM - May 3, 2022, 4:00 PM

    Suffolk Center for Cultural Arts

    This exhibit depicts the beauty of wildlife throughout our region and the world. The exhibit features highly collectible decoys, wildlife, and waterfowl art, all while showcasing wildlife artists working in woodcarving, paints, sculpture, photography, and mixed media. This exhibition presents many talented wildlife artists and features six artists: carvers Jim Gordon, Art Latimer, Mary Linton, Doug Brady, wildlife painter Linda Phillips, and wildlife photographer and painter Janet Ogren.

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  2. Exhibit: "The History of Education"

    April 1, 2022, 10:00 AM - July 31, 2022, 2:00 PM

    Phillips Dawson House

    Join the Suffolk-Nansemond Historical Society as they present a new exhibit, "The History of Education," featuring schools and educators spanning the years in Suffolk and old Nansemond County.

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  3. Spring Exhibit: "Threaded: An Invitational Exhibit Showcasing Fiber and Textile Art"

    April 29, 2022, 10:00 AM - June 3, 2022, 5:00 PM

    Suffolk Art Gallery

    The Suffolk Art Gallery and Suffolk Art League invite you to visit our invitational exhibit, "Threaded: An Invitational Exhibit Showcasing Fiber and Textile Art." Fiber techniques including hook rugs, yarn-bombing, natural dyes, and embroidery will be on display from an eclectic group of artists including: Cheri Babler, Emily Badalamente, Kelsey Brown, Maizelle Brown, Peggy Earl, Asa Jackson, Tanya Rich, and Katherine Wassink.

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  4. Lionel Bart's "Oliver!"

    May 1, 2022, 5:00 PM - 7:00 PM

    Hub 757

    HSP Performing arts will perform Lionel Bart's "Oliver!" on April 28, 29, and May 1, 2022, at Hub 757. This acting group largely consists of students from the Homeschool Plus co-op that meets in Norfolk, along with adults in the community. The play follows the story of an orphan named Oliver in 1830s London. Because of the themes portrayed in the play, there will be booths in the lobby with information about today's orphans, adoption, and sex trafficking. Other booths will include Sugarloaf Baker's Amanda Conteras, who will be handling concessions.

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