Virginia Poverty Law Center (VPLC) will open its "Virginia Poverty Law Center: 40 Faces, 40 Years” exhibition featuring photography by Glen McClure at the Rawls Museum Arts in Courtland, VA on Friday, July 26, 2019 from 6-8 pm. The opening reception will be free and open to the public.The exhibition closes September 9, 2019.
In recognition of VPLC’s 40th anniversary, photographer Glen McClure and writer Marshall McClure traveled through the state to document individuals who have benefited from the organization’s work. The series of portraits and interviews intends to start a conversation around what it means to be poor in the 21stcentury.
Where: Rawls Museum Arts, 22376 Linden Street, Courtland, VA 23837
Who: Speakers include Jay Speer, Executive Director, VPLC; Jeffrey Allison, Statewide Programs and Exhibitions Manager, Virginia Museum of Fine Arts; Glen McClure, Photographer, Glen McClure Photography
Onsite Contact: Toni Maxey, (804) 351-5263
Virginia Poverty Law Center(VPLC)is a 501(c)3 nonprofit organization committed to leading and coordinating efforts to seek justice in civil legal matters for low-income Virginians.