In collaboration with Little Rock area institutions, we brought in artist-scholar Erin Bernard, developer of the Philadelphia History Truck, in March 2017.
FORTHCOMING IN 2018
In collaboration with statewide museums and colleges, First Person Plural is coordinating a speakers’ bureau at three sites in 2018:
The First Person Plural traveling exhibit featuring Dr. Hampton and other project participants from across the state will also be on view.
In October, the Shiloh Museum of Ozark History (479.750.8165) in Springdale will present the traveling exhibit and a program with Margarita Solórzano and Dr. Diana Gonzales Worthen; more information forthcoming.
2019 First Person Plural Exhibit Schedule at the Central Arkansas Library System Branches
For location information, go to https://cals.org/ and click on Visit Us.
March 11–23, Amy Sanders Library, Sherwood
April 1–13, Maumelle Library, Maumelle
April 22–May 4, Adolphine Fletcher Terry Library, Little Rock
May 13–25, Esther DeWitt Nixon Library, Jacksonville
June 4–16, Millie Brooks Library, Wrightsville
June 25–July 7, Sue Cowan Williams Library, Little Rock
August 26–September 7, Main Library, Little Rock
September 16–28, Max Milam Library, Perryville
October 7–19, Roosevelt Thompson Library, Little Rock
Some of the exhibit periods will include living-history performances portraying Adolphine Fletcher Terry, a Little Rock woman active in many areas of civic reform (courtesy of the Old State House Museum), and women’s suffrage lectures by Dr. Johanna Miller Lewis of the University of Arkansas at Little Rock.
Check the CALS website at https://cals.org/ for specific program dates and any additional exhibit listings.
First Person Plural public programs are supported in part by the Central Arkansas Library System.