ASHLEY WEAVER, holder of a BA in Liberals Studies from LSUA and Masters in Library Science from LSU, will kick off this year’s Cavanaugh Lecture on September 18 at 5:30 PM in the Alexandria Museum of Art. She will be reading from her fifth novel, An Act of Villainy, and discussing the “delicate art of murder,” getting published, and editing. The lecture is free and open to the public.
Free Admission on September 22, 2018 with a downloadable Museum Day ticket
Special “Women Making History” Mobile App Tour offered at AMoA during event.
Alexandria Museum of Art, RPSB reach
milestone in collaboration to deepen
education through Visual Thinking Strategies
Country Day teacher Lindsay Moore practices her Visual Thinking Strategies training during AMoA’s Beginner Cohort in July, 2018.
Alexandria, Louisiana – July 31, 2018:
2018 Juror William U. Eiland, of Sprout, Georgia, director of the
Georgia Museum of Art at the University of Georgia.
It’s time to team up and paddle on the Red in the Annual Louisiana Dragon Boat Races™! Race day if May 5, 2018 in Downtown Alexandria.
If you have been looking for a teambuilding activity for your business, you won’t find any other activity more impactful than Dragon Boat Racing. To be successful your team must work together and the synchronicity that happens when a group paddles together creates a winning team – both on and off the water!
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