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October 11, 2018 - November 9, 2018

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Thursday, October 11, 2018

All Day Homecoming 2018
Homecoming 2018

Details to be announced
10:00 AM - 3:00 PM Kelly Hider Art Exhibit

Lincoln Memorial University's School of Arts, Humanities, and Social Sciences' Art Program would like to invite you to a reception for Kelly Hider's exhibition Dear Andrea at the LMU Center for the Arts on Thursday October 4, from 5-7pm. The artist will give a short gallery talk at 6pm. Light refreshments will provided. The exhibition and opening are free and open to the public.

The work in Dear Andrea is influenced both in form and composition by Byzantine and Proto-Renaissance iconographic imagery. These contemporary iterations use accessible materials and familiar subjects. The glitter, flocking, and rhinestones are modern craft-store-versions of punched gold-leaf; photography and photo-editing software used as a modern substitution for oil paint. Not unlike common historical depictions of biblical stories such as the Ascension, the Annunciation, and the Transfiguration, there are elements of the supernatural and the surreal. Hider's work employs a visual language of decoration and cancellation to support reoccurring themes of death and resurrection.

These new works by Hider manipulate an archive of slides taken in the 1950's and 60's. Hider is playing upon the viewer's own nostalgia associated with vintage images; remnants of forgotten domestic experience. The sparkling embellishments suggest human care, and by altering these found images, they are given new life and purpose. They evoke emotions ranging from melancholic to celebratory, leading viewers to contemplate their own personal family histories

Paul V. Hamilton Center for the Arts - (Art Studio)
1:30 PM - 4:30 PM Homecoming Registration
Homecoming Registration
Abraham Lincoln Library & Museum (MUSE) - (Lobby)
2:00 PM - 3:30 PM LMU Fact and Fiction
LMU Fact and Fiction

A two-part panel discussion focusing on important facts, unverifiable “facts,” and entertaining fiction from the history of Lincoln Memorial University. Panelists will share information about events, people, and changes that have occurred at LMU during its history. Everyone is encouraged to attend and bring your questions.


Abraham Lincoln Library & Museum (MUSE) - (Arnold Auditorium)
5:30 PM - 7:30 PM Railsplitter Homecoming 5K
The Railsplitter 5K will kick off LMU Homecoming activities.
Registration fees by Sept. 30:
General - $17
Students - $7
LMU Faculty and Staff - $12
Registration after Sept. 30:
General - $20
Students - $10
Faculty and Staff - $15
Race day registration starts at 5:30 p.m. behind the LMU dining hall. Race starts at 7 p.m.
The race course follows along the road and greenway to Harrogate City Park, loops around and returns to the start.
Race fee includes shirt, post-race refreshments and glow necklace.
Winners recognized in age groups. Prizes for overall winners.
Student Center (SC) - (Area in front of Cafe Outside Entrance)

Friday, October 12, 2018

Homecoming 2018
Homecoming 2018

Details to be announced
8:00 AM - 4:30 PM Homecoming Registration
Homecoming Registration
Abraham Lincoln Library & Museum (MUSE) - (Lobby)
8:00 AM - 12:00 PM LMU Alumni & Friends
LMU Alumni & Friends Breakfast & Golf Outing @ Woodlake Golf Course
10:00 AM - 3:00 PM Kelly Hider Art Exhibit

Lincoln Memorial University's School of Arts, Humanities, and Social Sciences' Art Program would like to invite you to a reception for Kelly Hider's exhibition Dear Andrea at the LMU Center for the Arts on Thursday October 4, from 5-7pm. The artist will give a short gallery talk at 6pm. Light refreshments will provided. The exhibition and opening are free and open to the public.

The work in Dear Andrea is influenced both in form and composition by Byzantine and Proto-Renaissance iconographic imagery. These contemporary iterations use accessible materials and familiar subjects. The glitter, flocking, and rhinestones are modern craft-store-versions of punched gold-leaf; photography and photo-editing software used as a modern substitution for oil paint. Not unlike common historical depictions of biblical stories such as the Ascension, the Annunciation, and the Transfiguration, there are elements of the supernatural and the surreal. Hider's work employs a visual language of decoration and cancellation to support reoccurring themes of death and resurrection.

These new works by Hider manipulate an archive of slides taken in the 1950's and 60's. Hider is playing upon the viewer's own nostalgia associated with vintage images; remnants of forgotten domestic experience. The sparkling embellishments suggest human care, and by altering these found images, they are given new life and purpose. They evoke emotions ranging from melancholic to celebratory, leading viewers to contemplate their own personal family histories

Paul V. Hamilton Center for the Arts - (Art Studio)
2:00 PM - 3:00 PM Unveiling of Democrat Hollow Historical Plaque
Unveiling of Democrat Hollow Historical Plaque
Democrat Hollow (DEMH) - (DEMH)
3:00 PM - 4:00 PM Mary E Mars Gymnasium 70-Year Recognition
Mary E. Mars Gymasium 70-Year Recognition
Mary E Mars Gymnasium (MARS) - (Cheer Area/Gym Floor on side)
4:00 PM - 5:00 PM Abraham Lincoln Library and Museum Reception & WWI 100 Year Recognition
Abraham Lincoln Library and Museum Reception and WWI 100 Year Recognition
Abraham Lincoln Library & Museum (MUSE) - (Gift Shop)
4:00 PM - 5:00 PM WWI at 100: Remembering the Soldiers

Join the Abraham Lincoln Library and Museum as we mark the 100th anniversary of the conclusion of WWI. A soft opening of "Log Walls to Marble Halls" will take place. The new exhibit was made possible by the estate of Robert L. Kincaid, who served in the Coast Artillery during WWI. Refreshments will follow.

As a part of WWI recognition ceremony and LMU Homecoming ceremonies, the names of all LMU students who served during WWI will be read. The Museum invites the families of these veterans to come and be recognized during the event. Red poppy pins will be handed out to participants, and special readings and speeches will be given. The event is free to all who wish to attend.
Abraham Lincoln Library & Museum (MUSE) - (Arnold Auditorium)
7:00 PM - 8:00 PM Celebrate Appalachia - Bluegrass Concert Featuring Back Porch Grass
Celebrate Apalachia - Bluegrass Concert Featuring Back Porch Grass
Abraham Lincoln Library & Museum (MUSE) - (Arnold Auditorium)

Saturday, October 13, 2018

Homecoming 2018
Homecoming 2018

Details to be announced
8:00 AM - 12:00 PM Homecoming Registration
Homecoming Registration
Abraham Lincoln Library & Museum (MUSE) - (Lobby)
9:00 AM - 10:00 AM Celebrate Appalachia - Beekeeping Demonstration
Celebrate Appalachia - Beekeeping Demonstration
Organic Garden Center (ORGB) - (OGC Kitchen/Classroom)
10:00 AM - 11:00 AM Celebrate Appalachia - Natural Fibers for Cordage
Natural Fibers for Cordage
Organic Garden Center (ORGB) - (OGC Kitchen/Classroom)
11:00 AM - 12:00 PM Celebrate Appalachia - Let's Cook Up Some chicken 'n Dumplings!
Let's Cook up Some Chicken 'n Dumplings!
Organic Garden Center (ORGB) - (OGC Kitchen/Classroom)
11:00 AM - 12:00 PM Celebrate Appalachia - Nature Walk & Geocaching
Nature Walk & Geocaching
Democrat Hollow (DEMH) - (DEMH)
12:00 PM - 2:00 PM Celebrate Appalachia - Cherokee Genealogy
Cherokee Genealogy
Avery Hall (AVER) - (111)
2:00 PM - 8:00 PM Celebrate Appalachia - Cumberland Gap Artists' Co-Op Harvest Moon Gala
Cumberland Gap Artists' Co-Op Harvest Moon Gala

Appalachian Arts & Crafts, Live music, Face Painting & More!
2:00 PM - 3:00 PM Celebrate Appalachia - So which is it: Appalatcha or Appalaycha?
So Which is it: Appalatcha or Appalaycha?
Avery Hall (AVER) - (111)
3:00 PM - 4:00 PM Celebrate Appalachia - Appalachian Opioid Crisis: In Word and Image
Appalachian Opioid Crisis: In Word and Image
Carnegie Vincent Library (LIBR) @ Harold M. Finley Learning Resource - (Brooks Reading Room)
5:00 PM - 7:00 PM Celebrate Appalachia - Appalachian Buffet and Live Bluegrass Music
Appalachian Buffet and Live Bluegrass Music
Featuring Liza Jane and Fiddlin Curly Cottrell
Student Center (SC) - (LMU Dining Hall (LF))

Monday, October 15, 2018

8:00 AM - 12:00 PM Abe's Army Donut Sale
Abe's Army Donut Sale
Hamilton Math & Science Building (MANS) - (1st floor Main Lobby)
10:00 AM - 3:00 PM Kelly Hider Art Exhibit

Lincoln Memorial University's School of Arts, Humanities, and Social Sciences' Art Program would like to invite you to a reception for Kelly Hider's exhibition Dear Andrea at the LMU Center for the Arts on Thursday October 4, from 5-7pm. The artist will give a short gallery talk at 6pm. Light refreshments will provided. The exhibition and opening are free and open to the public.

The work in Dear Andrea is influenced both in form and composition by Byzantine and Proto-Renaissance iconographic imagery. These contemporary iterations use accessible materials and familiar subjects. The glitter, flocking, and rhinestones are modern craft-store-versions of punched gold-leaf; photography and photo-editing software used as a modern substitution for oil paint. Not unlike common historical depictions of biblical stories such as the Ascension, the Annunciation, and the Transfiguration, there are elements of the supernatural and the surreal. Hider's work employs a visual language of decoration and cancellation to support reoccurring themes of death and resurrection.

These new works by Hider manipulate an archive of slides taken in the 1950's and 60's. Hider is playing upon the viewer's own nostalgia associated with vintage images; remnants of forgotten domestic experience. The sparkling embellishments suggest human care, and by altering these found images, they are given new life and purpose. They evoke emotions ranging from melancholic to celebratory, leading viewers to contemplate their own personal family histories

Paul V. Hamilton Center for the Arts - (Art Studio)
6:00 PM - 7:00 PM Organic Gardening Meeting
Organic Gardening Weekly Meeting in the Organic Garden Center
Organic Garden Center (ORGB) - (OGC Kitchen/Classroom)
7:30 PM - 10:00 PM Arcis Saxophone Quartett
Arcis Saxophone Quartett in the Duke Hall, Sam & Sue Mars Performing Arts Center
Duke Hall of Citizenship (DUKE) - (Sam & Sue Mars Performing Arts Center)

Tuesday, October 16, 2018

10:00 AM - 3:00 PM Kelly Hider Art Exhibit

Lincoln Memorial University's School of Arts, Humanities, and Social Sciences' Art Program would like to invite you to a reception for Kelly Hider's exhibition Dear Andrea at the LMU Center for the Arts on Thursday October 4, from 5-7pm. The artist will give a short gallery talk at 6pm. Light refreshments will provided. The exhibition and opening are free and open to the public.

The work in Dear Andrea is influenced both in form and composition by Byzantine and Proto-Renaissance iconographic imagery. These contemporary iterations use accessible materials and familiar subjects. The glitter, flocking, and rhinestones are modern craft-store-versions of punched gold-leaf; photography and photo-editing software used as a modern substitution for oil paint. Not unlike common historical depictions of biblical stories such as the Ascension, the Annunciation, and the Transfiguration, there are elements of the supernatural and the surreal. Hider's work employs a visual language of decoration and cancellation to support reoccurring themes of death and resurrection.

These new works by Hider manipulate an archive of slides taken in the 1950's and 60's. Hider is playing upon the viewer's own nostalgia associated with vintage images; remnants of forgotten domestic experience. The sparkling embellishments suggest human care, and by altering these found images, they are given new life and purpose. They evoke emotions ranging from melancholic to celebratory, leading viewers to contemplate their own personal family histories

Paul V. Hamilton Center for the Arts - (Art Studio)

Wednesday, October 17, 2018

All Day 2018 InVeST Conference
Please join us in October as Lincoln Memorial University-College of Veterinary Medicine hosts the 2018 InVeST conference. InVeST is an international group of veterinary educators dedicated to promoting and advancing the sue of simulation in veterinary medicine. 

The conerence will kick off the evening of October 16th with a chance to meet other attendees and conerence speakers in downtown Knoxville. The following days will be filled with keynote speakers, workshops and interactive activities.

This will be the first time InVeST is held in the United States since 2011 so you definitely do not want to miss this event! Make sure to register early as spots are limited to the first 150 registrants. 
10:00 AM - 3:00 PM Kelly Hider Art Exhibit

Lincoln Memorial University's School of Arts, Humanities, and Social Sciences' Art Program would like to invite you to a reception for Kelly Hider's exhibition Dear Andrea at the LMU Center for the Arts on Thursday October 4, from 5-7pm. The artist will give a short gallery talk at 6pm. Light refreshments will provided. The exhibition and opening are free and open to the public.

The work in Dear Andrea is influenced both in form and composition by Byzantine and Proto-Renaissance iconographic imagery. These contemporary iterations use accessible materials and familiar subjects. The glitter, flocking, and rhinestones are modern craft-store-versions of punched gold-leaf; photography and photo-editing software used as a modern substitution for oil paint. Not unlike common historical depictions of biblical stories such as the Ascension, the Annunciation, and the Transfiguration, there are elements of the supernatural and the surreal. Hider's work employs a visual language of decoration and cancellation to support reoccurring themes of death and resurrection.

These new works by Hider manipulate an archive of slides taken in the 1950's and 60's. Hider is playing upon the viewer's own nostalgia associated with vintage images; remnants of forgotten domestic experience. The sparkling embellishments suggest human care, and by altering these found images, they are given new life and purpose. They evoke emotions ranging from melancholic to celebratory, leading viewers to contemplate their own personal family histories

Paul V. Hamilton Center for the Arts - (Art Studio)
1:00 PM - 3:00 PM LMU Lady Railsplitters Women's Soccer vs. Tusculum
LMU Women's Soccer vs. Tusculum
LMU Soccer Complex (SOCC) - (Field & Clubhouse)
3:30 PM - 5:30 PM LMU Railsplitters Men's Soccer vs. Tusculum
LMU Men's Soccer vs. Tusculum
LMU Soccer Complex (SOCC) - (Field & Clubhouse)

Thursday, October 18, 2018

All Day 2018 InVeST Conference
Please join us in October as Lincoln Memorial University-College of Veterinary Medicine hosts the 2018 InVeST conference. InVeST is an international group of veterinary educators dedicated to promoting and advancing the sue of simulation in veterinary medicine. 

The conerence will kick off the evening of October 16th with a chance to meet other attendees and conerence speakers in downtown Knoxville. The following days will be filled with keynote speakers, workshops and interactive activities.

This will be the first time InVeST is held in the United States since 2011 so you definitely do not want to miss this event! Make sure to register early as spots are limited to the first 150 registrants. 
10:00 AM - 3:00 PM Kelly Hider Art Exhibit

Lincoln Memorial University's School of Arts, Humanities, and Social Sciences' Art Program would like to invite you to a reception for Kelly Hider's exhibition Dear Andrea at the LMU Center for the Arts on Thursday October 4, from 5-7pm. The artist will give a short gallery talk at 6pm. Light refreshments will provided. The exhibition and opening are free and open to the public.

The work in Dear Andrea is influenced both in form and composition by Byzantine and Proto-Renaissance iconographic imagery. These contemporary iterations use accessible materials and familiar subjects. The glitter, flocking, and rhinestones are modern craft-store-versions of punched gold-leaf; photography and photo-editing software used as a modern substitution for oil paint. Not unlike common historical depictions of biblical stories such as the Ascension, the Annunciation, and the Transfiguration, there are elements of the supernatural and the surreal. Hider's work employs a visual language of decoration and cancellation to support reoccurring themes of death and resurrection.

These new works by Hider manipulate an archive of slides taken in the 1950's and 60's. Hider is playing upon the viewer's own nostalgia associated with vintage images; remnants of forgotten domestic experience. The sparkling embellishments suggest human care, and by altering these found images, they are given new life and purpose. They evoke emotions ranging from melancholic to celebratory, leading viewers to contemplate their own personal family histories

Paul V. Hamilton Center for the Arts - (Art Studio)

Friday, October 19, 2018

All Day 2018 InVeST Conference
Please join us in October as Lincoln Memorial University-College of Veterinary Medicine hosts the 2018 InVeST conference. InVeST is an international group of veterinary educators dedicated to promoting and advancing the sue of simulation in veterinary medicine. 

The conerence will kick off the evening of October 16th with a chance to meet other attendees and conerence speakers in downtown Knoxville. The following days will be filled with keynote speakers, workshops and interactive activities.

This will be the first time InVeST is held in the United States since 2011 so you definitely do not want to miss this event! Make sure to register early as spots are limited to the first 150 registrants. 
10:00 AM - 3:00 PM Kelly Hider Art Exhibit

Lincoln Memorial University's School of Arts, Humanities, and Social Sciences' Art Program would like to invite you to a reception for Kelly Hider's exhibition Dear Andrea at the LMU Center for the Arts on Thursday October 4, from 5-7pm. The artist will give a short gallery talk at 6pm. Light refreshments will provided. The exhibition and opening are free and open to the public.

The work in Dear Andrea is influenced both in form and composition by Byzantine and Proto-Renaissance iconographic imagery. These contemporary iterations use accessible materials and familiar subjects. The glitter, flocking, and rhinestones are modern craft-store-versions of punched gold-leaf; photography and photo-editing software used as a modern substitution for oil paint. Not unlike common historical depictions of biblical stories such as the Ascension, the Annunciation, and the Transfiguration, there are elements of the supernatural and the surreal. Hider's work employs a visual language of decoration and cancellation to support reoccurring themes of death and resurrection.

These new works by Hider manipulate an archive of slides taken in the 1950's and 60's. Hider is playing upon the viewer's own nostalgia associated with vintage images; remnants of forgotten domestic experience. The sparkling embellishments suggest human care, and by altering these found images, they are given new life and purpose. They evoke emotions ranging from melancholic to celebratory, leading viewers to contemplate their own personal family histories

Paul V. Hamilton Center for the Arts - (Art Studio)
3:00 PM - 7:00 PM Civil War S.T.E.A.M.

The Abraham Lincoln Library and Museum is proud to participate in October's Tennessee STEAM event! All across the state, participating Museums will show audiences how Science, Technology, Engineering, and Mathematics pairs with the Humanities.

On October 19, you can visit the Museum to learn about the spread of disease during the Civil War, the treatment of illnesses and injuries, nautical tech, industrialization, coding (Morse Code, that is!), mapping, and mathematical wartime strategy. Stations on each of these topics will be set-up for the public beginning at 3:00pm, and school groups can arrange for visitation earlier in the day. All ages are welcome and encouraged to attend. Admission is free to the event with paid admission to the Museum.

If you have any questions, please be in contact with Program Coordinator Natalie Sweet at natalie.sweet@lmunet.edu or call 423.869.6607.

Abraham Lincoln Library & Museum (MUSE) - (Arnold Auditorium)
3:00 PM - 11:30 PM JFWA Reverse Raffle
J. Frank White Academy $10,000 Reverse Raffle

$10,000 grand prize reverse raffle.  $100 ticket includes 2 dinners.  Only 300 tickets will be sold.  Need not be present to win.  All proceeds benefit the JFWA students.  Get tickets at the JFWA office ofr from a JFWA faculty member.  No holds.
LMU-Cumberland Gap Convention Center (CGCC) - (CGCC)
7:00 PM - 9:00 PM LMU Lady Railsplitters Women's Volleyball vs. Newberry
LMU Women's Volleyball vs. Newberry
Mary E Mars Gymnasium (MARS) - (Gym Floor & Bleachers)

Saturday, October 20, 2018

10:00 AM - 12:00 PM Girl Scout Workshops: Good Neighbor Badge Workshop for Daisies
Learn about being a good neighbor with the 16th President of the United States and Harriet Tubman. Daisies will hear special stories, tour the museum, and make poster depicting their own communities from the past and present. Daisies will complete the Good Neighbor Citizen badge requirements (badge NOT included). Registration opens on August 1, 2018. Register by 12 pm (noon) on October 19, 2018.

The ALLM is a proud partner of the Girl Scouts of the Southern Appalachians. Together, we help Girl Scouts achieve their citizenship badges. Below are this year's workshops for Daisies, Brownies, Cadettes, Juniors, Seniors, and Ambassadors. Should your troop wish to visit the Museum but are unable to visit on the workshop dates, please let us know and we can schedule a private session. For all workshops and private activities, the cost if $5.00 for children, and adults are free
Abraham Lincoln Library & Museum (MUSE) - (Arnold Auditorium)
1:00 PM - 3:00 PM LMU Lady Railsplitters Women's Soccer vs. Coker
LMU Women's Soccer vs. Coker
LMU Soccer Complex (SOCC) - (Field & Clubhouse)
2:00 PM - 4:00 PM Girl Scout Workshops: Celebrating Community Badge Workshop for Brownies
Come celebrate your community while learning about the American Civil War! Girls will learn about symbols used in the past and the present, go on a flag hunt through the museum, create a special banner to represent their troop, and then take part in a Girl Scout Parade! Brownies will complete the Celebrating Community Citizen badge requirements (badge NOT included).Registration opens on August 1, 2018. Register by 12 pm (noon) on October 19, 2018.
Abraham Lincoln Library & Museum (MUSE) - (Arnold Auditorium)
2:00 PM - 4:00 PM LMU Lady Railsplitters Women's Volleyball vs. Anderson
LMU Women's Volleyball vs. Anderson
Mary E Mars Gymnasium (MARS) - (Gym Floor & Bleachers)
3:30 PM - 5:30 PM LMU Railsplitters Men's Soccer vs. Coker
LMU Men's Soccer vs. Coker
LMU Soccer Complex (SOCC) - (Field & Clubhouse)
7:30 PM - 9:30 PM Cumberland Mountain Music Show
Cumberland Mountain Music Show
A family-friendly show held monthly in the LMU-Cumberland Gap Convention Center located near the spot where Tennessee, Kentucky, and Virginia come together.  The show features gospel, bluegrass and country music along with down-home comedy.

To reserve seats or buy season tickets, contact Debbie Gulley at (423) 441-2610

NOTE: Dates are subject to change. For updates, check back at this site a month in advance or visit the Cumberland Mountain Music Show Facebook page as well as the Steve Gulley Facebook page or check the dates anytime at www.stevegulley.com.

LMU-Cumberland Gap Convention Center (CGCC) - (CGCC)

Monday, October 22, 2018

10:00 AM - 3:00 PM Kelly Hider Art Exhibit

Lincoln Memorial University's School of Arts, Humanities, and Social Sciences' Art Program would like to invite you to a reception for Kelly Hider's exhibition Dear Andrea at the LMU Center for the Arts on Thursday October 4, from 5-7pm. The artist will give a short gallery talk at 6pm. Light refreshments will provided. The exhibition and opening are free and open to the public.

The work in Dear Andrea is influenced both in form and composition by Byzantine and Proto-Renaissance iconographic imagery. These contemporary iterations use accessible materials and familiar subjects. The glitter, flocking, and rhinestones are modern craft-store-versions of punched gold-leaf; photography and photo-editing software used as a modern substitution for oil paint. Not unlike common historical depictions of biblical stories such as the Ascension, the Annunciation, and the Transfiguration, there are elements of the supernatural and the surreal. Hider's work employs a visual language of decoration and cancellation to support reoccurring themes of death and resurrection.

These new works by Hider manipulate an archive of slides taken in the 1950's and 60's. Hider is playing upon the viewer's own nostalgia associated with vintage images; remnants of forgotten domestic experience. The sparkling embellishments suggest human care, and by altering these found images, they are given new life and purpose. They evoke emotions ranging from melancholic to celebratory, leading viewers to contemplate their own personal family histories

Paul V. Hamilton Center for the Arts - (Art Studio)
6:00 PM - 7:00 PM Organic Gardening Meeting
Organic Gardening Weekly Meeting in the Organic Garden Center
Organic Garden Center (ORGB) - (OGC Kitchen/Classroom)

Tuesday, October 23, 2018

10:00 AM - 3:00 PM Kelly Hider Art Exhibit

Lincoln Memorial University's School of Arts, Humanities, and Social Sciences' Art Program would like to invite you to a reception for Kelly Hider's exhibition Dear Andrea at the LMU Center for the Arts on Thursday October 4, from 5-7pm. The artist will give a short gallery talk at 6pm. Light refreshments will provided. The exhibition and opening are free and open to the public.

The work in Dear Andrea is influenced both in form and composition by Byzantine and Proto-Renaissance iconographic imagery. These contemporary iterations use accessible materials and familiar subjects. The glitter, flocking, and rhinestones are modern craft-store-versions of punched gold-leaf; photography and photo-editing software used as a modern substitution for oil paint. Not unlike common historical depictions of biblical stories such as the Ascension, the Annunciation, and the Transfiguration, there are elements of the supernatural and the surreal. Hider's work employs a visual language of decoration and cancellation to support reoccurring themes of death and resurrection.

These new works by Hider manipulate an archive of slides taken in the 1950's and 60's. Hider is playing upon the viewer's own nostalgia associated with vintage images; remnants of forgotten domestic experience. The sparkling embellishments suggest human care, and by altering these found images, they are given new life and purpose. They evoke emotions ranging from melancholic to celebratory, leading viewers to contemplate their own personal family histories

Paul V. Hamilton Center for the Arts - (Art Studio)
6:00 PM - 8:00 PM SCAAEP Open Meeting
SCAAEP Open Meeting
Hamilton Math & Science Building (MANS) - (300-B Dining Area)

Wednesday, October 24, 2018

10:00 AM - 3:00 PM Kelly Hider Art Exhibit

Lincoln Memorial University's School of Arts, Humanities, and Social Sciences' Art Program would like to invite you to a reception for Kelly Hider's exhibition Dear Andrea at the LMU Center for the Arts on Thursday October 4, from 5-7pm. The artist will give a short gallery talk at 6pm. Light refreshments will provided. The exhibition and opening are free and open to the public.

The work in Dear Andrea is influenced both in form and composition by Byzantine and Proto-Renaissance iconographic imagery. These contemporary iterations use accessible materials and familiar subjects. The glitter, flocking, and rhinestones are modern craft-store-versions of punched gold-leaf; photography and photo-editing software used as a modern substitution for oil paint. Not unlike common historical depictions of biblical stories such as the Ascension, the Annunciation, and the Transfiguration, there are elements of the supernatural and the surreal. Hider's work employs a visual language of decoration and cancellation to support reoccurring themes of death and resurrection.

These new works by Hider manipulate an archive of slides taken in the 1950's and 60's. Hider is playing upon the viewer's own nostalgia associated with vintage images; remnants of forgotten domestic experience. The sparkling embellishments suggest human care, and by altering these found images, they are given new life and purpose. They evoke emotions ranging from melancholic to celebratory, leading viewers to contemplate their own personal family histories

Paul V. Hamilton Center for the Arts - (Art Studio)
7:30 PM - 9:30 PM Ensemble Chaconne
Ensemble Chaconne in concert at the Duke Hall, Sam & Sue Mars Performing Arts Center
Duke Hall of Citizenship (DUKE) - (Sam & Sue Mars Performing Arts Center)

Thursday, October 25, 2018

10:00 AM - 3:00 PM Kelly Hider Art Exhibit

Lincoln Memorial University's School of Arts, Humanities, and Social Sciences' Art Program would like to invite you to a reception for Kelly Hider's exhibition Dear Andrea at the LMU Center for the Arts on Thursday October 4, from 5-7pm. The artist will give a short gallery talk at 6pm. Light refreshments will provided. The exhibition and opening are free and open to the public.

The work in Dear Andrea is influenced both in form and composition by Byzantine and Proto-Renaissance iconographic imagery. These contemporary iterations use accessible materials and familiar subjects. The glitter, flocking, and rhinestones are modern craft-store-versions of punched gold-leaf; photography and photo-editing software used as a modern substitution for oil paint. Not unlike common historical depictions of biblical stories such as the Ascension, the Annunciation, and the Transfiguration, there are elements of the supernatural and the surreal. Hider's work employs a visual language of decoration and cancellation to support reoccurring themes of death and resurrection.

These new works by Hider manipulate an archive of slides taken in the 1950's and 60's. Hider is playing upon the viewer's own nostalgia associated with vintage images; remnants of forgotten domestic experience. The sparkling embellishments suggest human care, and by altering these found images, they are given new life and purpose. They evoke emotions ranging from melancholic to celebratory, leading viewers to contemplate their own personal family histories

Paul V. Hamilton Center for the Arts - (Art Studio)

Friday, October 26, 2018

8:00 AM - 1:30 PM Carter & Moyers School of Education - Upholding the Constitution Series
Judicial Reflections on the United States Constitution: An Enduring Document for All the Ages Featuring Lynn W. Davis, Utah District Court Judge A one-day seminar for: -Middle and high school teachers -All pre-service educators -K-12 social studies teachers -Law professionals and students -Community members Lecture, Panel Discussion with Q & A, and lunch provided All participants will receive: related materials/books and certificate of attendance Must register for the event
Business and Education Bldg (BE) - (124)
10:00 AM - 3:00 PM Kelly Hider Art Exhibit

Lincoln Memorial University's School of Arts, Humanities, and Social Sciences' Art Program would like to invite you to a reception for Kelly Hider's exhibition Dear Andrea at the LMU Center for the Arts on Thursday October 4, from 5-7pm. The artist will give a short gallery talk at 6pm. Light refreshments will provided. The exhibition and opening are free and open to the public.

The work in Dear Andrea is influenced both in form and composition by Byzantine and Proto-Renaissance iconographic imagery. These contemporary iterations use accessible materials and familiar subjects. The glitter, flocking, and rhinestones are modern craft-store-versions of punched gold-leaf; photography and photo-editing software used as a modern substitution for oil paint. Not unlike common historical depictions of biblical stories such as the Ascension, the Annunciation, and the Transfiguration, there are elements of the supernatural and the surreal. Hider's work employs a visual language of decoration and cancellation to support reoccurring themes of death and resurrection.

These new works by Hider manipulate an archive of slides taken in the 1950's and 60's. Hider is playing upon the viewer's own nostalgia associated with vintage images; remnants of forgotten domestic experience. The sparkling embellishments suggest human care, and by altering these found images, they are given new life and purpose. They evoke emotions ranging from melancholic to celebratory, leading viewers to contemplate their own personal family histories

Paul V. Hamilton Center for the Arts - (Art Studio)
7:00 PM - 9:00 PM LMU Lady Railsplitters Women's Volleyball vs. Mars Hill
LMU Women's Volleyball vs. Mars Hill
Mary E Mars Gymnasium (MARS) - (Gym Floor & Bleachers)

Saturday, October 27, 2018

9:00 AM - 3:00 PM LMU Math Modeling Competition
LMU Math Modeling Competition
Hamilton Math & Science Building (MANS) - (1st floor Main Lobby)
Hamilton Math & Science Building (MANS) - (2nd Floor Atrium)
Hamilton Math & Science Building (MANS) - (300-B Dining Area)
Hamilton Math & Science Building (MANS) - (302 (Prep Room))
Hamilton Math & Science Building (MANS) - (3rd Atrium)
2:00 PM - 4:00 PM LMU Lady Railsplitters Women's Volleyball vs. Lenoir-Rhyne
LMU Women's Volleyball vs. Lenoir-Rhyne
Mary E Mars Gymnasium (MARS) - (Gym Floor & Bleachers)

Monday, October 29, 2018

10:00 AM - 3:00 PM Kelly Hider Art Exhibit

Lincoln Memorial University's School of Arts, Humanities, and Social Sciences' Art Program would like to invite you to a reception for Kelly Hider's exhibition Dear Andrea at the LMU Center for the Arts on Thursday October 4, from 5-7pm. The artist will give a short gallery talk at 6pm. Light refreshments will provided. The exhibition and opening are free and open to the public.

The work in Dear Andrea is influenced both in form and composition by Byzantine and Proto-Renaissance iconographic imagery. These contemporary iterations use accessible materials and familiar subjects. The glitter, flocking, and rhinestones are modern craft-store-versions of punched gold-leaf; photography and photo-editing software used as a modern substitution for oil paint. Not unlike common historical depictions of biblical stories such as the Ascension, the Annunciation, and the Transfiguration, there are elements of the supernatural and the surreal. Hider's work employs a visual language of decoration and cancellation to support reoccurring themes of death and resurrection.

These new works by Hider manipulate an archive of slides taken in the 1950's and 60's. Hider is playing upon the viewer's own nostalgia associated with vintage images; remnants of forgotten domestic experience. The sparkling embellishments suggest human care, and by altering these found images, they are given new life and purpose. They evoke emotions ranging from melancholic to celebratory, leading viewers to contemplate their own personal family histories

Paul V. Hamilton Center for the Arts - (Art Studio)
5:30 PM - 7:30 PM Fall 2018 Appalachian Reading Series
The LMU Appalachian Reading Series presents award-winning Afrilachian author Crystal Wilkinson, who will give a reading on Monday, October 29 at 5:30 in the Brooks Reading Room of Carnegie Vincent Library.  For more information, see the attached flyer.  Wilkinson's reading will be of particular interest to psychology, social work, and med students and faculty interested in behavioral health.  Wilkinson is now working on a memoir of her relationship to her mother, who suffered from schizophrenia.  For more information, see the attached flyer or contact Writer-in-Residence, Darnell Arnoult, at anna.arnoult@lmunet.edu
Carnegie Vincent Library (LIBR) @ Harold M. Finley Learning Resource - (Brooks Reading Room)
6:00 PM - 7:00 PM Organic Gardening Meeting
Organic Gardening Weekly Meeting in the Organic Garden Center
Organic Garden Center (ORGB) - (OGC Kitchen/Classroom)

Tuesday, October 30, 2018

10:00 AM - 3:00 PM Kelly Hider Art Exhibit

Lincoln Memorial University's School of Arts, Humanities, and Social Sciences' Art Program would like to invite you to a reception for Kelly Hider's exhibition Dear Andrea at the LMU Center for the Arts on Thursday October 4, from 5-7pm. The artist will give a short gallery talk at 6pm. Light refreshments will provided. The exhibition and opening are free and open to the public.

The work in Dear Andrea is influenced both in form and composition by Byzantine and Proto-Renaissance iconographic imagery. These contemporary iterations use accessible materials and familiar subjects. The glitter, flocking, and rhinestones are modern craft-store-versions of punched gold-leaf; photography and photo-editing software used as a modern substitution for oil paint. Not unlike common historical depictions of biblical stories such as the Ascension, the Annunciation, and the Transfiguration, there are elements of the supernatural and the surreal. Hider's work employs a visual language of decoration and cancellation to support reoccurring themes of death and resurrection.

These new works by Hider manipulate an archive of slides taken in the 1950's and 60's. Hider is playing upon the viewer's own nostalgia associated with vintage images; remnants of forgotten domestic experience. The sparkling embellishments suggest human care, and by altering these found images, they are given new life and purpose. They evoke emotions ranging from melancholic to celebratory, leading viewers to contemplate their own personal family histories

Paul V. Hamilton Center for the Arts - (Art Studio)
5:00 PM - 8:00 PM Haunted Zombie Run
LMU One Health Initiative Presents: Haunted Zombie Run
Registration: 5 p.m.
5K Race Begins at 6 p.m.
Abraham Lincoln Library & Museum (MUSE) - (Parking Lot Area)

Wednesday, October 31, 2018

10:00 AM - 3:00 PM Kelly Hider Art Exhibit

Lincoln Memorial University's School of Arts, Humanities, and Social Sciences' Art Program would like to invite you to a reception for Kelly Hider's exhibition Dear Andrea at the LMU Center for the Arts on Thursday October 4, from 5-7pm. The artist will give a short gallery talk at 6pm. Light refreshments will provided. The exhibition and opening are free and open to the public.

The work in Dear Andrea is influenced both in form and composition by Byzantine and Proto-Renaissance iconographic imagery. These contemporary iterations use accessible materials and familiar subjects. The glitter, flocking, and rhinestones are modern craft-store-versions of punched gold-leaf; photography and photo-editing software used as a modern substitution for oil paint. Not unlike common historical depictions of biblical stories such as the Ascension, the Annunciation, and the Transfiguration, there are elements of the supernatural and the surreal. Hider's work employs a visual language of decoration and cancellation to support reoccurring themes of death and resurrection.

These new works by Hider manipulate an archive of slides taken in the 1950's and 60's. Hider is playing upon the viewer's own nostalgia associated with vintage images; remnants of forgotten domestic experience. The sparkling embellishments suggest human care, and by altering these found images, they are given new life and purpose. They evoke emotions ranging from melancholic to celebratory, leading viewers to contemplate their own personal family histories

Paul V. Hamilton Center for the Arts - (Art Studio)
10:00 AM - 5:00 PM Mystery at the Museum: The Secret Behind the Seance

Join us for a Halloween to remember! Learn the facts behind Mary Lincoln’s White House séances, and see how this 19th century pastime worked. Then, become a Pinkerton Detective and take a self-led tour through our galleries to collect clues and reveal who is trying to scam the First Lady. It’s a fun family frolic with Halloween treats for trick-or-treaters included! Free with the price of paid admission.

Abraham Lincoln Library & Museum (MUSE) - (Gift Shop)
5:00 PM - 7:00 PM Halloween Havoc
Halloween Havoc in Tex Turner Arena

Bring your children to Tex Turner Arena for trick-or-treating. LMU clubs, organizations, and athletes will be giving out candy on the Arena concourse from 5:00 p.m. - 7:00 p.m.
Tex Turner Arena TURN) - (Upper Concourse)

Thursday, November 01, 2018

10:00 AM - 3:00 PM Kelly Hider Art Exhibit

Lincoln Memorial University's School of Arts, Humanities, and Social Sciences' Art Program would like to invite you to a reception for Kelly Hider's exhibition Dear Andrea at the LMU Center for the Arts on Thursday October 4, from 5-7pm. The artist will give a short gallery talk at 6pm. Light refreshments will provided. The exhibition and opening are free and open to the public.

The work in Dear Andrea is influenced both in form and composition by Byzantine and Proto-Renaissance iconographic imagery. These contemporary iterations use accessible materials and familiar subjects. The glitter, flocking, and rhinestones are modern craft-store-versions of punched gold-leaf; photography and photo-editing software used as a modern substitution for oil paint. Not unlike common historical depictions of biblical stories such as the Ascension, the Annunciation, and the Transfiguration, there are elements of the supernatural and the surreal. Hider's work employs a visual language of decoration and cancellation to support reoccurring themes of death and resurrection.

These new works by Hider manipulate an archive of slides taken in the 1950's and 60's. Hider is playing upon the viewer's own nostalgia associated with vintage images; remnants of forgotten domestic experience. The sparkling embellishments suggest human care, and by altering these found images, they are given new life and purpose. They evoke emotions ranging from melancholic to celebratory, leading viewers to contemplate their own personal family histories

Paul V. Hamilton Center for the Arts - (Art Studio)
6:00 PM - 9:30 PM LMU Players Present: Our Town
LMU Players Present: Our Town in the LMU-Cumberland Gap Convention Center

All performances start at 7 p.m. - Dinner starts at 6 p.m.


LMU-Cumberland Gap Convention Center (CGCC) - (CGCC)

Friday, November 02, 2018

10:00 AM - 3:00 PM Kelly Hider Art Exhibit

Lincoln Memorial University's School of Arts, Humanities, and Social Sciences' Art Program would like to invite you to a reception for Kelly Hider's exhibition Dear Andrea at the LMU Center for the Arts on Thursday October 4, from 5-7pm. The artist will give a short gallery talk at 6pm. Light refreshments will provided. The exhibition and opening are free and open to the public.

The work in Dear Andrea is influenced both in form and composition by Byzantine and Proto-Renaissance iconographic imagery. These contemporary iterations use accessible materials and familiar subjects. The glitter, flocking, and rhinestones are modern craft-store-versions of punched gold-leaf; photography and photo-editing software used as a modern substitution for oil paint. Not unlike common historical depictions of biblical stories such as the Ascension, the Annunciation, and the Transfiguration, there are elements of the supernatural and the surreal. Hider's work employs a visual language of decoration and cancellation to support reoccurring themes of death and resurrection.

These new works by Hider manipulate an archive of slides taken in the 1950's and 60's. Hider is playing upon the viewer's own nostalgia associated with vintage images; remnants of forgotten domestic experience. The sparkling embellishments suggest human care, and by altering these found images, they are given new life and purpose. They evoke emotions ranging from melancholic to celebratory, leading viewers to contemplate their own personal family histories

Paul V. Hamilton Center for the Arts - (Art Studio)
6:00 PM - 9:30 PM LMU Players Present: Our Town
LMU Players Present: Our Town in the LMU-Cumberland Gap Convention Center

All performances start at 7 p.m. - Dinner starts at 6 p.m.


LMU-Cumberland Gap Convention Center (CGCC) - (CGCC)

Saturday, November 03, 2018

6:00 AM - 8:00 PM MedWars
TN MedWars hosted by the DCOM Wilderness Medicine Club
DeBusk College of Osteopathic Medicine (DCOM) - (Back Parking Lot - Visitor's Area)
Democrat Hollow (DEMH) - (DEMH)
10:00 AM - 2:00 PM Girl Scout Workshops: Finding Common Ground Badge Workshop for Cadettes
Join other Cadettes as you learn about finding common ground with one another in uncommon times. Girls will have the opportunity to learn about the famous Lincoln-Douglas Debates in our galleries while also learning how famous women from the time period used their voices to make positive changes in their communities. Problem solving activities will be included. Cadettes will complete the Finding Common Ground badge requirements (badge NOT included). Registration opens on August 1, 2018. Register by 12 pm (noon) on November 2, 2018
Abraham Lincoln Library & Museum (MUSE) - (Arnold Auditorium)
2:00 PM - 4:00 PM Girl Scout Workshops: Citizen Badge Workshop for Seniors & Ambassadors
Seniors and Ambassadors will learn the power of the ballot and public policy in this special workshop. Starting with a tour of the Museum, they will learn the history of active citizenship in the United States. Then, they will learn how to exercise their own voting power while learning about how they can affect public policy. Seniors will complete the Behind the Ballot badge requirements and Ambassadors will complete the Public Policy badge requirements (badges NOT included). Registration opens on August 1, 2018. Register by 12 pm (noon) on November 2, 2018.
Abraham Lincoln Library & Museum (MUSE) - (Arnold Auditorium)
6:00 PM - 9:30 PM LMU Players Present: Our Town
LMU Players Present: Our Town in the LMU-Cumberland Gap Convention Center

All performances start at 7 p.m. - Dinner starts at 6 p.m.


LMU-Cumberland Gap Convention Center (CGCC) - (CGCC)

Monday, November 05, 2018

6:00 PM - 8:00 PM Crit Nite
Crit Nite is back at the LMU Center for the Arts! Makers and creatives of any discipline, media, or experience are welcome to come and share their work. If you aren’t quite ready to show off your opus (or you aren’t particularly interested in making an opus) feel free to come and give feedback to the talented individuals. The event takes place at the LMU Center for the Arts, 703 Brooklyn St., Cumberland Gap, TN. FREE and open to the public. Light refreshments provided.
Paul V. Hamilton Center for the Arts - (Lobby)
6:00 PM - 7:30 PM JFWA Knights Middle School Basketball vs. Heritage
JFWA Knights Middle School Basketball vs. Heritage
Mary E Mars Gymnasium (MARS) - (Gym Floor & Bleachers)
6:00 PM - 7:00 PM Organic Gardening Meeting
Organic Gardening Weekly Meeting in the Organic Garden Center
Organic Garden Center (ORGB) - (OGC Kitchen/Classroom)
7:30 PM - 9:30 PM JFWA Knights Middle School Basketball vs. Heritage
JFWA Knights Middle School Basketball vs. Heritage
Mary E Mars Gymnasium (MARS) - (Gym Floor & Bleachers)

Thursday, November 08, 2018

9:00 AM - 3:00 PM Movers and Shakers: Awakened Reformers of the 1800s Educator Workshop Series (Host: ALLM)

The Tennessee State Library and Archives invites Tennessee teachers to attend a workshop exploring the vibrant and audacious social reform movements and the subsequent reformers of the 19th century. Focusing on primary sources, this workshop will examine topics such as

  • Sectional differences between the North and South
  • Second Great Awakening
  • Abolition
  • Underground Railroad
  • Early Women's Suffrage

Teacher participants receive lunch and six hours of professional development credit. The event is hosted by the Abraham Lincoln Library and Museum on campus.

For questions, please contact our Education Specialist Casey Gymrek at Casey.Gymrek@tn.gov.

**For Tennessee certified classroom teachers only**

Hamilton Math & Science Building (MANS) - (200)
6:00 PM - 9:30 PM LMU Players Present: Our Town
LMU Players Present: Our Town in the LMU-Cumberland Gap Convention Center

All performances start at 7 p.m. - Dinner starts at 6 p.m.


LMU-Cumberland Gap Convention Center (CGCC) - (CGCC)

Friday, November 09, 2018

9:15 AM - 5:00 PM Fall Veterinary Technician Continuing Education Conference
Fall Veterinary Technician Continuing Education Conference
Hamilton Math & Science Building (MANS) - (301)
6:00 PM - 9:30 PM LMU Players Present: Our Town
LMU Players Present: Our Town in the LMU-Cumberland Gap Convention Center

All performances start at 7 p.m. - Dinner starts at 6 p.m.


LMU-Cumberland Gap Convention Center (CGCC) - (CGCC)

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