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Exhibitions and Programs

Exhibitions

Perhaps hereafter it will delight you to remember this”:
A Brief Introduction to the History of Sweet Briar College

Alumnae Gallery (Pink Gallery)
Opened May 2012; on view indefinitely

Click here for a PDF copy of the exhibition checklist.

 tusculum
Tusculum: The History of a House
Whitley Gallery
On view through early March 2013. Please note, a smaller selection of Tusculum artifacs will be on view in the Alumnae Gallery (“Pink Gallery”) March through December 2013.

Click here for a PDF copy of the extended exhibition checklist.

Photo: Tusculum, Amherst County

 

   mt. st. angelo milk bottle

 I have lately bought me a Plantation: A Brief Survey of Farming and Land Use at Sweet Briar
 Whitley Gallery
 On view March 2013-August 2014. Click here for a PDF copy of the exhibition checklist.

 

 

 Photo: Milk bottle from Mt. St. Angelo Dairy, Amherst

 

Simply Justice and Fair Play: Sweet Briar’s Engagement with Civil Rights in the 1960s
Whitley Gallery
Scheduled to be on view September 2014-summer 2015.

Programs

Open House at the Sweet Briar Museum
Wednesday, Sept. 4, 2013
1-4 p.m.
Students, professors, staff and the campus community and friends are invited to stop by for light refreshments and to take a look at freshly installed displays and learn about plans for future exhibitions.


Daisy Williams' original grave markerGhost Stories of Sweet Briar
Wednesday, Oct. 30, 2013
Friday, Nov. 1, 2013
5-7 p.m. Doors open at 5 p.m. Program begins at 5:30 p.m. Light refreshments served after the program.

Click here for a PDF copy of the 2012 program.
Click here for a PDF copy of the 2013 program.

Sweet Briar students read fictional short stories and poems about Daisy Williams written by the College's earliest students and published in the Sweet Briar Magazine over a century ago. Artifacts associated with Daisy and her life at Sweet Briar will be highlighted.

Photo: Daisy Williams’ orginal grave marker, now situated at the Sweet Briar Museum