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  1. Hermitage Museum and Gardens presents "Echoes of the Heart"

    June 29, 2023, 10:00 AM - October 8, 2023, 5:00 PM

    CLAUDIA BUENO: ECHOES OF THE HEART June 10–October 8, 2023 Opening Celebration: Friday, June 9 Summer Exhibition Programs Beginning June 9, 2023, the Hermitage Museum will feature internationally recognized artist Claudia Bueno for a three-month solo exhibition. Born in Venezuela, Bueno creates stunning, interactive worlds that call forth our most intimate, foundational emotions and gives them seemingly limitless space in which to fully bloom. Metaphor and biology are forever married in works of sound, light, circuits, motors, wind and film. These mystical, immersive environments reflect her personal commitment to healing and inner growth and our collective fascination with the building blocks of our inner worlds—energy, consciousness and spirit.

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  2. Hermitage Museum and Gardens present 8th Annual Hermitage Handmade Festival

    September 16, 2023, 11:00 AM - September 16, 2024, 4:00 PM

    Hermitage Museum and Gardens

    WHAT TREASURES WILL YOU FIND AT HERMITAGE HANDMADE? We hope to see you this Saturday, September 16th, as over 100 artists sell their handmade items at our largest event of the year, the 8th Annual Hermitage Handmade Festival! Special Hours: Museum and Grounds open 11am-4pm

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  3. Bank On Hampton Roads Program

    September 30, 2023, 9:30 AM - 11:30 AM

    Slover Library

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  4. Special Exhibit Opening: The Price of Unpreparedness

    September 30, 2023, 10:00 AM - 11:00 AM
    MacArthur Memorial

    Within five months of its decision to go to war with the Western powers in December 1941, Japan's empire expanded to embrace 110 million new subjects and its military captured over 132,000 prisoners of war. After a five-month campaign against the Philippines, then an American commonwealth, 20,000 American and 70,000 Filipino personnel were surrendered and taken into captivity by the Japanese in April-May 1942. Thousands of Allied civilians in the Philippines were also incarcerated. The nightmare of what these POWs were forced to endure for the next three and a half years is the subject of the MacArthur Memorial's new special exhibit: The Price of Unpreparedness: POWs in the Philippines during World War II.

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