October 1 through December 29
This photography exhibit is timed to commemorate the fiftieth anniversary of the assassination of President Kennedy. The American people embarked on a journey of one thousand days into a mythical land that former First Lady Jacqueline Kennedy would recall as Camelot, the idealistic realm of King Arthur. Kennedy’s presidency placed him and his young family at the center of the world’s stage, where they inspired a cultural reassessment of the American way of life.
November through December
Photographer Martin J. Dain was one of the few who photographed author William Faulkner at Rowan Oak, the writer’s home in Oxford, Mississippi. The collection features an outstanding selection of those images that were compiled for this national traveling exhibit.