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Expression and the Arts in the Back-to-the-Land Movement
Emerson, "Hills of Home"
This panel discussion expands on the Museum’s current exhibit, “Something’s Happening Here: Artistic Reflections on the Back to the Land Movement” by bringing together five cultural innovators who express back-to-the-land ideals in different ways.
Hear from J. Holden, who worked with the Mendocino Grapevine newspaper; Bob Dress, who created handcrafted homes; and Laura Hamburg, who will talk about education as a form of art.
Learn about local theatre from Kate Magruder, who was integral in founding Ukiah Players Theatre, and Laurel Near, who co-founded SPACE (School of Performing Arts and Cultural Education) and serves today as its executive/artistic director.
Event is free with Museum admission
General admission is $5; $12 per family; $4 for students and seniors; free to all on the first Friday of the month; and always free to members, Native Americans, and standing military personnel.
Contact: (707) 467-2836
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Visitors can also view the Museum’s current exhibit, “Something’s Happening Here: Artistic Reflections on the Back-to-the-Land Movement,” on display until Oct. 15.
431 S. Main St., Ukiah, CA 95482