News by Barin Von Foregger August 17, 2015
McMorrough Library offers workshops, exhibits
McMorrough Library on the Goodman Campus is offering faculty, staff and students a variety of cultural enrichment activities during the fall of 2015. The library will offer faculty and staff a Ball Room Dancing clinic this fall, as well as Professional Etiquette and Customer Service workshops (dates to be announced soon).
A variety of exhibits, open to students, faculty, staff, and the public, will also be offered this fall.
In September, the library will display "Eudora Welty: Other Places."
In October, the library will present "Through the Lens: Copiah County Truck Farming," followed by a special Homecoming exhibit on Oct. 24. The Homecoming exhibit will feature: Bill Bannister, presenting his wooden toys he makes; Doris Belk, presenting watercolor and acrylics, and Kristin Travis, presenting still life canvases.
The last exhibit for the fall will be "Freedom Rides: Journey For Change," presented in November.
The library will also host a few speakers presenting on various topics. A schedule will be released soon providing more information.
For further information on the workshops and exhibits, contact Jim Thompson at firstname.lastname@example.org or (662) 472-9164.
IN THE PHOTO: Bill Bannister, wooden toy-maker, with his exhibit in McMorrough Library during Homecoming 2014. Bannister, alongside artists Doris Belk and Kristin Travis, will present exhibits during Homecoming 2015 on Oct. 24. McMorrough Library will also offer a variety of other exhibits, workshops, and guest lecturers this fall.