Upcoming

Forums
Online
Wednesday, March 10, 2021

The 34th Cold War Spaces lunchtime talk with Iain MacGregor, editor and publisher of nonfiction, and Joes Segal, the Wende Museum's Chief Curator and Director of Programming.

Special Events
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Friday, March 12, 2021

During the Cold War, traditional Central Asian music was at risk of disappearing due to political pressures. Now, musicians like the Central Asian artists performing in the upcoming virtual concert are bringing back this musical heritage. The evening will include half a dozen short musical selections, along with a discussion by Professor Ted Levin of Dartmouth College and Professor Münir Beken of UCLA. And on the same evening, a virtual exhibition of traditional musical instruments from the region will launch on the Wende Museum’s website.

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Wednesday, March 17, 2021

Join us for the 7th Art Past Present with Chelle Barbour–curator, writer, and multimedia artist. While her initial foray into the arts began in theatre, Chelle's work has expanded into a fully engaged art practice of curating, writing, photography, digital video, collage, and painting. Chelle's artwork has been presented in solo and group art exhibitions, including Wende Museum exhibits Transformations: Living Room -> Flea Market -> Museum -> Art and The Medea Insurrection: Radical Women Artists Behind the Iron Curtain

Special Events
Online
Thursday, April 1, 2021

We invite you to join us for our annual Art+Feminism Wikipedia edit-a-thon to help build a better online record of women artists represented in the Wende Museum’s collection. No Wikipedia experience necessary—training will be provided. People of all gender expressions and identities are encouraged to attend.

Forums
Online
Friday, April 2, 2021

Join us for a special literary arts event with acclaimed poets Kathleen Ossip and Michael Warr, as they discuss how poetry and literature have helped transform and define our culture and the social justice movements from the Cold War to the present day. Kathleen Ossip will share excerpts from her book, The Cold War, and Michael Warr will present his anthology, Of Poetry & Protest (from Emmett Till to Trayvon Martin).