An Opening Reception & Open House Event:
Homage to Douglass: Honoring the Past, Embracing the Future
This exhibit, curated by Calvin Eaton, Executive Director of 540WMain, and Kat Whitmoyer, SJFC Senior Psychology Major and 540WMain’s College Intern includes:
– Four framed reproductions of Frederick Douglass photographs from Lavery Library Special Collections
– Information about, and reproductions of The North Star Newspaper on loan from Lavery Library.
The exhibit celebrates the grand re-opening of the Douglass Auditorium. These prints will be on display the full month of April.
— $2 entry free // no one turned away for lack of funds
— light refreshments and snacks provided
—- Two special performances by a soon to be announced artist at 7 PM and 9 PM
—- no registration required
— Community can tour the theatre and book space for future events
About Douglass Auditorium
The Douglass Auditorium at 36 King Street (formerly Frederick Douglass Resource Center) is an eighty person auditorium/theatre and event space operated by 540, Inc.
The mission of Douglass Auditorium to provide a low cost, inclusive and accessible theatre space to groups and organizations committed to the arts and social justice.
Proceeds support 540WMain Communiversity programming, interns, staff, and operations // www.540westmain.org