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The WMRA/WEMC Art Space is open to the public Monday through Friday, 9am to 5pm.Directions to the WMRA/WEMC Studios in Harrisonburg.Visitors without JMU parking permits should use the marked visitor parking spaces (the long row of spaces close to the CVS store). Information sheets about the exhibits are on the lamp table at the front door.Photography other than by news media or by artist-authorized persons is not permitted.The art tour area includes only the main hallways. Please respect the privacy of staff offices and broadcast studios.

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Greg Versen (AKA "Professah Blues" on WMRA's Blues Valley) is also a longtime art photographer.  Art peekers welcome 9-to-5 weekdays. His scenes of Arizona and New Mexico have a few surprises.  Through Mon 13 Jan 2014, the exhibit is at PublicRadioArtspace in WMRA's Harrisonburg facility --corner of Cantrell/MLK and Reservoir (MAP), uphill driveway behind the CVS, use purple-signed "visitor" parking spaces.

By the way, you can hear Greg's show, Blues Valley,  Saturday nights, eight 'til late on WMRA.

Terry Ward was a WMRA producer and announcer from 1997 to 2016.
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