To mark the fiftieth anniversary of the current state constitution, the Library of Virginia is pleased to offer Virginia’s Constitutions, a traveling exhibition.
State constitutions are one of the most essential parts of the social contract. They articulate a way of life and embody fundamentally important ideas about the relationships between people and their government. State constitutions provide additional protections and rights not named in the federal constitution, and can be amended more often than the federal one. Thomas Jefferson believed that state constitutions should be revised at regular intervals.
For more information on this exhibition or bringing it to your area, please contact Barbara C. Batson, exhibitions coordinator, at firstname.lastname@example.org or 804.692.3518. See the exhibition Prospectus and FAQ for Virginia’s Constitutions.
|11/22/2021–1/1/2022||Lynchburg Public Library|
|1/3/2022–2/12/2022||Central Rappahannock Regional Library|
|2/14/2022–3/26/2022||Augusta County Library|
|3/28/2022–5/7/2022||Shenandoah County Library|
|5/9/2022–6/18/2022||Rockbridge Regional Library|
|6/20/2022–7/30/2022||James Madison Regional Library (Northside)|
|8/1/2022–9/10/2022||Montgomery-Floyd Regional Library|
|9/12/2022–10/22/2022||Pittsylvania County Public Library|
|10/24/2022–12/3/2022||Eastern Shore Public Library (Parksley)|
|12/5/2022–1/14/2023||Mecklenburg County Library|
|1/16/2023–2/25/2023||Botetourt County Library (Eagle Rock)|
|2/27/2023–4/8/2023||Culpeper County Library|
|4/10/2023–5/20/2023||Central Rappahannock Regional Library (Porter)|
|5/22/2023–7/1/2023||Fairfax Museum & Visitor Center|
|7/3/2023–8/12/2023||Massanutten Regional Library|
|8/14/2023–9/23/2023||Ellen Coolidge Burke Library|
|9/25/2023–11/4/2023||Amherst County Public Library|
|11/6/2023–12/16/2023||Henrico County Public Library (Varina)|
|12/18/2023–1/27/2024||Chesterfield County Public Library (Central)|