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Local Laureates Featured In Rotunda At Murfreesboro City Hall

The Hope Effect exhibit runs through Jan. 6, 2022 at the City Hall Rotunda.

The community is invited to visit The Hope Effect exhibit, featuring Murfreesboro Arts Laureates, at the City Hall Rotunda. The exhibit features an interactive video experience showcasing performances the Laureates have presented in their Laureate year.

Laureates both past and present are represented, including Meg Booker, Cameron Mitchell, Amie Whittemore, Ginny Togrye, Kory Wells, Jessica Nelson, Ashley Buchanan, Gale Stoner, Dawna Magliacano, and Tommy Womack.

The Cultural Arts Laureate Program is a notable honor for local artists, providing recipients with further opportunities to educate, advocate and represent the community through their own creative initiatives. The Hope Effect exhibit runs through January 6, 2022 and is free to attend.

The Rotunda is open to the public from 9:00 a.m. – 5:00 p.m. Monday through Friday. For more information, contact Lisa Browning, Murfreesboro Parks and Recreation, (615) 801-2606, lbrowning@murfreesborotn.gov.

Murfreesboro Parks and Recreation Department is dedicated to providing vibrant public spaces and inclusive programs delivered with visionary leadership and caring staff that engage the individual and strengthen the quality of life of our community.