The Lenfest Center for the Arts
Native American Heritage Month: Luncheon + Lecture featuring Victoria Ferguson, Director of the Monacan Village Living History Exhibit
Native American Heritage Month
Luncheon + Lecture
featuring Victoria Ferguson
Tuesday, November 5 from 11:45 a.m. - 1:15 p.m.
Lykes Atrium/Staniar Gallery, Wilson Concert Hall
The W&L Office of the Provost will host a Luncheon + Lecture on Tuesday, November 5 from 11:45 a.m.-1:15 p.m. in Lykes Atrium/Staniar Gallery as part of the Native American Heritage Month featuring Victoria Ferguson. Ferguson is the Director of the Monacan Village Living History Exhibit located at Natural Bridge State Park. The luncheon is open to the Washington & Lee community and the lecture is open to all.
If you are interested in being more involved in Native American events at W&L, please contact Professor Miranda (firstname.lastname@example.org)— Professor of English, Lynn Rainville (Irainville@wlu.edu)—Director of Institutional History, Professor Harvey Markowitz (email@example.com)—Professor of Anthropology, Jessica Wager (firstname.lastname@example.org)—Executive Assistant to the Provost, Kelly Fujiwara (email@example.com)—Special Events Coordinator, Fran Elrod (firstname.lastname@example.org)—Associate Director of the Shepherd Program, and Susan Wager (email@example.com)—Assistant Director of the Lenfest Center for the Arts.