Johnny Cash fans listen up! There is a very special exhibit that is showing in Texarkana. It's called '1968: A Folsom Redemption'. This is a great collection of photographs and memories of two journalists that covered behind the scenes of the concerts that Johnny Cash performed at Folsom State Prison.

Through this exhibit, you'll see the candid and personal photos the journalist took during these historic concerts at the Regional Arts Center right here in Texarkana.

Headshot of Johnny Cash Singing
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Both photographer Dan Poush and writer Gene Beley spent time with Johnny Cash, his family and friends (Can you say Merle?) the day before these concerts started. The exhibit will run through January 7, 2023. This exhibit is free.

Johnny Cash And Wife June Leaving Prison
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Even better is that TRAHC will have Gene Beley in Texarkana to present a photography master class and lecture about 1968: A Folsom Prison Redemption. You'll hear his experience, plus photos, and the personal recordings he made on that day back in 1968.

Johnny Cash In 'Road To Nashville'
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The photography master class will show the techniques used in the photos for this exhibition. The lecture will be held at the Regional Arts Center located at 312 West 4th Street in Texarkana, Texas on Friday, December 9 from 6 PM to:7:30 PM. then the photography master class will be held on Saturday, December 10 from 10 AM to 3 PM at the Regional Arts Center. You can find out more information about the lecture and photography master class at or call (903) 792-8681 or email

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