Thursday, January 03, 2008
Beijing Olympics Photograph Exhibit At Central
Can’t make it to the Olympics in Beijing this summer? Visit the downtown library and share the excitement.
The Beijing Photograph Exhibit provided by the Chinese General Consulate in Houston will be on display at Birmingham Public Library's Central location until January 31. The photographs capture the liveliness of the city and the sheer joy of the people. Skyscrapers, palaces, the Beijing Opera, acrobats, state of the art facilities for the Olympic Games, numerous daily street scenes, and celebrations for this world renowned event are represented in this exhibit.
What: 2008 Summer Olympics Photograph Exhibit
Where: Birmingham Public Library, 2100 Park Place, Birmingham, Alabama
When: Dec. 17-Jan. 31
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