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February 2017

Exhibit: Can You Hear Me Now?

February 22 @ 9:00 am - 5:00 pm
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Daily until March 12, 2017
Hands On! Regional Museum, 315 E. Main St.
Johnson City, TN 37601 United States
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Tuesday, February 21st - Sunday, March 12th - Can You Hear Me Now? Discover some of the smallest bones in our bodies - the ones in our ear! Celebrate Alexander Graham Bell's birthday by learning about sound and how Mr. Bell used sound in many of his inventions.  Play a song on our palm pipes, listen to our singing crystal water glasses, and even try out our Boomwhackers!   The Eastman Discovery Lab will be open by announcement periodically throughout…

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Without a Trace?

February 22 @ 9:00 am - 5:00 pm
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Daily until March 5, 2017
Gray Fossil Site & Museum, 1212 Sunset Dr.
Gray, TN 37615 United States
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Not all fossils are created equal.  Discover the four main types of fossils:  trace, mold, cast, and true form.  Then try out our footprint tracks and mold fossil impressions activities to see some key differences. Programs announced periodically throughout each day.

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Parting Shots Photography Exhibit

February 22 @ 9:00 am - 4:30 pm
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Daily until March 3, 2017
ETSU, Reece Museum, 363 Stout Dr
Johnson City, TN 37614 United States
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Jan. 3-March 3 Parting Shots Photography Exhibit Reception: Thursday, Jan. 26, 5-7 p.m. Reece Museum   Parting Shots will feature new works by Mike Smith, a photography professor in the Department of Art & Design at ETSU. Retiring this year, 2017, Smith has been teaching and mentoring students since 1981.   Under the Influence is a concurrent exhibition featuring the photography of a number of Smith’s students. The goal for the exhibition is to create a visual connection, contradiction and conversation…

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Somewhere Along the Line Exhibition

February 22 @ 9:00 am - 4:30 pm
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Daily until February 28, 2017
ETSU, Reece Museum, 363 Stout Dr
Johnson City, TN 37614 United States
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Over the past several years Joshua Dudley Greer has traveled and photographed throughout the United States in an effort to explore the impact and influence of the road on the contemporary American landscape. His photographs draw on references from history, film and literature and depict the roadscape as a kind of stage where narratives play out and opposing forces intersect. A reception will be held in the Reece Museum on Thursday, January 26, 2017 from 5:00 to 7:00 pm. The Reece…

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Under the Influence Exhibition

February 22 @ 9:00 am - 4:30 pm
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Daily until March 3, 2017
ETSU, Reece Museum, 363 Stout Dr
Johnson City, TN 37614 United States
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Mike Smith, Professor of Art in ETSU’s Department of Art and Design, will retire in May of 2017, after serving the University as its major professor in photography for 36 years.  Over his 36 years teaching students he has made quite the impact on his students. Under the Influence is a group show comprised of multiple photographers with one thing in common, all were students of Mike. The goal for the exhibition is to create a visual connection, contradiction and…

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Hometown Stars: Southwest Virgina’s Recording Legacy, 1923-1943

February 22 @ 10:00 am - 6:00 pm
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Daily until June 4, 2017
Birthplace of Country Music Museum, 520 Birthplace of Country Music Way
Bristol, VA 24201 United States
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"Hometown Stars: Southwest Virgina's Recording Legacy, 1923-1943" February 7 - June 4, 2017 Birthplace of Country Music Museum The talents and repertoires of Southwest Virginia musicians proved to be a deep musical well for the nation's growing recording industry. Few other parts of the country produced so much commercially recorded music in the pre-World War II era. Still, only a handful of Southwest Virginia performers saw real fame or money. Most were simply hometown stars, playing music locally and living…

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Exhibit: Can You Hear Me Now?

February 23 @ 9:00 am - 5:00 pm
|Recurring Event (See all)
Daily until March 12, 2017
Hands On! Regional Museum, 315 E. Main St.
Johnson City, TN 37601 United States
+ Google Map

Tuesday, February 21st - Sunday, March 12th - Can You Hear Me Now? Discover some of the smallest bones in our bodies - the ones in our ear! Celebrate Alexander Graham Bell's birthday by learning about sound and how Mr. Bell used sound in many of his inventions.  Play a song on our palm pipes, listen to our singing crystal water glasses, and even try out our Boomwhackers!   The Eastman Discovery Lab will be open by announcement periodically throughout…

Find out more »

Without a Trace?

February 23 @ 9:00 am - 5:00 pm
|Recurring Event (See all)
Daily until March 5, 2017
Gray Fossil Site & Museum, 1212 Sunset Dr.
Gray, TN 37615 United States
+ Google Map

Not all fossils are created equal.  Discover the four main types of fossils:  trace, mold, cast, and true form.  Then try out our footprint tracks and mold fossil impressions activities to see some key differences. Programs announced periodically throughout each day.

Find out more »

Parting Shots Photography Exhibit

February 23 @ 9:00 am - 4:30 pm
|Recurring Event (See all)
Daily until March 3, 2017
ETSU, Reece Museum, 363 Stout Dr
Johnson City, TN 37614 United States
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Jan. 3-March 3 Parting Shots Photography Exhibit Reception: Thursday, Jan. 26, 5-7 p.m. Reece Museum   Parting Shots will feature new works by Mike Smith, a photography professor in the Department of Art & Design at ETSU. Retiring this year, 2017, Smith has been teaching and mentoring students since 1981.   Under the Influence is a concurrent exhibition featuring the photography of a number of Smith’s students. The goal for the exhibition is to create a visual connection, contradiction and conversation…

Find out more »

Somewhere Along the Line Exhibition

February 23 @ 9:00 am - 4:30 pm
|Recurring Event (See all)
Daily until February 28, 2017
ETSU, Reece Museum, 363 Stout Dr
Johnson City, TN 37614 United States
+ Google Map

Over the past several years Joshua Dudley Greer has traveled and photographed throughout the United States in an effort to explore the impact and influence of the road on the contemporary American landscape. His photographs draw on references from history, film and literature and depict the roadscape as a kind of stage where narratives play out and opposing forces intersect. A reception will be held in the Reece Museum on Thursday, January 26, 2017 from 5:00 to 7:00 pm. The Reece…

Find out more »

Under the Influence Exhibition

February 23 @ 9:00 am - 4:30 pm
|Recurring Event (See all)
Daily until March 3, 2017
ETSU, Reece Museum, 363 Stout Dr
Johnson City, TN 37614 United States
+ Google Map

Mike Smith, Professor of Art in ETSU’s Department of Art and Design, will retire in May of 2017, after serving the University as its major professor in photography for 36 years.  Over his 36 years teaching students he has made quite the impact on his students. Under the Influence is a group show comprised of multiple photographers with one thing in common, all were students of Mike. The goal for the exhibition is to create a visual connection, contradiction and…

Find out more »

Hometown Stars: Southwest Virgina’s Recording Legacy, 1923-1943

February 23 @ 10:00 am - 6:00 pm
|Recurring Event (See all)
Daily until June 4, 2017
Birthplace of Country Music Museum, 520 Birthplace of Country Music Way
Bristol, VA 24201 United States
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"Hometown Stars: Southwest Virgina's Recording Legacy, 1923-1943" February 7 - June 4, 2017 Birthplace of Country Music Museum The talents and repertoires of Southwest Virginia musicians proved to be a deep musical well for the nation's growing recording industry. Few other parts of the country produced so much commercially recorded music in the pre-World War II era. Still, only a handful of Southwest Virginia performers saw real fame or money. Most were simply hometown stars, playing music locally and living…

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