FOOTPRINTS & IMPRINTS AN EXHIBIT PRODUCED BY POSTMARK LaFOLLETTE THROUGH A S.H.A.R.P. GRANT FROM HUMANITIES TENNESSEE THERE IS A SLIDE SHOW OF THE 11 BANNERS A THE BOTTOM OF THE PAGE
If you have missed one of the Postmark LaFollette 2022 exhibitions of Footprints and Imprints during its summer tour at area festivals and events, your next opportunity to experience Campbell County’s story of its peoples and the impact from events throughout the ages, don’t miss the Louie Bluie Music and Arts Festival at Cove Lake State Park on September 24. The one-day event begins at 10 a.m. and the exhibit will be open throughout the day. There is no charge for viewing the exhibit. There is also an online companion video available here: youtu.be/qvRHgyfrLEM
The last outdoor fall exhibition is slated for October 22 with a special Postmark LaFollette and LaFollette Recreational Department downtown event.
The exhibit will begin appearing in all county middle and high school libraries at the end of September.
For more updates about the exhibit, email firstname.lastname@example.org or check out Postmark’s website https://postmarklafollette.weebly.com or Postmark LaFollette on Facebook.
The exhibition is made possible by a Sharp Grant from the Endowment for Humanities through Humanities Tennessee.
Postmark'S FOOTPRINTS & IMPRINTS EXHIBIT a traveling exhibit designed to fit in a 25 foot space. There are 11 retractable banners and a mirror box that is 2 foot square. Anyone interested in hosting the exhibit in their place of business please contact us at email@example.com. Footprints and Imprints, developed through a S.H.A.R.P. grant from Humanities Tennessee follows the people and events that have influenced the development of our culture in Campbell County. From the Footprints of the earliest people who lived in the area to the Imprints of large world events and small family farms, the exhibit is an overview of where we began and who we are today. The public is invited in to view Footprints & Imprints free of charge on July 9th, before it begins touring our community in a variety of places and through our schools.