TIMBER CULTURE: A​n Inclusive Perspective

     

     

    We're excited to premier our traveling exhibit at the State Capitol, ​opening day presentation is January 29, 2018.

    We've asked ​​key dignataries to say a few words​.....

    Executive Director Gwendolyn Trice will give a brief presentation that explores the themes driving our exhibition, and answer questions about inspiration for individual photos that depict the lives of loggers and their families. ​

     

     

    Drawn together from different cultures during the great migration, an inclusive look at Oregon's multicultural logging communities.

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    The presentation will run from January 29th - February 15th.

    This event is funded in part by the ​Wildhorse Foundation​, Oregon Heritage and Affordable Framing.​

    Oregon State Capitol

    900 Court Street NE

    Salem, 97301

    Visitor Services 503-986-1388

    www.oregoncapitol.com

     

    Parking is 25 cents per 10 minutes. Meters take credit, debit and cash.

    Handicap access is at the front (North) of the building on Court Street.

    East entrance has ramp and automatic doors.

     

    There will be opportunities for learning institutions, heritage societies, libraries and museums to bring this 20 piece traveling exhibit and Director's presentation to your town.

     

    We're scheduling now! Plan on 7 - 10 day display at your site depending upon availability in 2018, inquire about scheduling in 2019.

    Western Oregon:

    February 16 - March 31st, 2018

     

    Eastern Oregon:
    April 1st - May 31st 2018

    To schedule a time or inquire about booking details, contact:

    info@maxvilleheritage.org

    541-426-3545

    maxvilleheritage.org

     

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