Faces of Mobile

For over three centuries, people have come to Mobile. Many came seeking new opportunities, a fresh start, or a better life. Others came because they were forced.

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Our Southern Past
Nov, 14 2014 to Nov, 14 2014

Both ladies have been artists all their lives. They spend time in the field studying and photographing their subjects before ever picking up a paintbrush. Their work

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Preserving a Culture
Feb, 02 2015 to Mar, 06 2015

Approximately 30 ancestors of the 110 who were on the Clotilda in 1860 settled in Plateau, north of Mobile, Alabama. They were quiet makers, preservers, and teachers

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What's at Stake?
Mar, 20 2015 to Jun, 05 2015

In March, the History Museum will mark the 5th anniversary of the Deepwater Horizon oil spill with an exhibit that serves as a poignant reminder of those horrific

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Ark of India
Oct, 16 2014 to Sep, 01 2015

Ark of India is an exhibit about discovery. It is an account of late 19th and early 20th century India as seen by Alabama artist, Roderick D. MacKenzie, using his

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Our Neighbors
Jul, 01 2015 to Sep, 25 2015

Vincent Lawson’s images of Mobile’s homeless population

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Tutankhamun
Oct, 20 2015 to Apr, 17 2016

 

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Every Object Has A Story
May, 26 2016 to Jul, 31 2016

 

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HOLIDAY EXTRAVAGANZA!
Dec, 10 2016 to Dec, 10 2016

 

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Filming the Camps
Aug, 29 2016 to Jan, 16 2017

Film screening: “From Hollywood to Nuremberg: John Ford, Samuel Fuller, George Stevens”  (pdf format)

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