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Take Shelter: Flint Hills Native Stone Subterranean Structures

May 3, 2014

Take Shelter: Flint Hills Native Stone Subterranean Structures.   Presented by Tom Parish, Beach Museum of Art guest curator, and David Vail, Kansas State University history instructor.

A discussion about the historical context and rare beauty of native stone arched-roof cellars, as depicted in the Beach Museum of Art's exhibition, "Take Shelter: Flint Hills Native Stone Subterranean Cellars."

Sponsored by:  Beach Museum of Art and the Kansas Humanities Council.  The Kansas Humanities Council is a state affiliate of the National Endowment for the Humanities.

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Time: 1:00 pm

Contact: Elizabeth G. Seaton Phone: (785) 532-5147 Website: http://beach.k-state.edu
Beach Museum of Art, UMB Theater
701 Beach Lane
Manhattan, KS 66506-0600
United States
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