Onsite and Online
Saturday, May 21 - 10:30 a.m.

WWI Changed Us: Craftivism

Join onsite or online as fiber artist Shannon Downey examines the evolution of craft as a tool of activism and some examples of WWI craftivism.
Onsite and Online
Thursday, May 26 - 6:30 p.m.

Anzac Journeys: Honoring the Dead, Acknowledging the Living

107 years after Gallipoli, how does the story of the ANZACs still shape Australian memory? Join us for the U.S. premiere of a stunning new film and a discussion to follow with Visiting Fulbright Scholar Professor Bruce Scates.
Crafts and Lecture
Saturday, June 4 - 10:30 a.m.

Mrs. Wilson’s Knitting Circle: Sharing the Point

There are patterns and common ground between the language of needlepoint and needleguns. Get to the point with Lt. Col. Nikki Dean as she lays out, using cross-stitch, what military doctrine is, why everyone should care and its impact from WWI to today.
Lecture
Thursday, June 16 - 7 p.m.

Duty Beyond the Battlefield

While serving in America’s wars, Black Americans forged a new identity as freedom fighters, challenging white notions and demanding full citizenship and recognition. Dr. Le’Trice Donaldson probes the idea of what it meant to be a soldier who followed the philosophy of progress both on and off the battlefield.