For the second installment of the institution’s Core Conversation Series, MCHC is hosting a conversation on "dialogue," where journalist, author, and television producer David Simon will join MCHC's VP of Collections & Interpretation, Allison Tolman, in a conversation about how we can use different perspectives to uncover a more complete narrative in today’s complex world.
This virtual program is free and open to all audiences, however registration is required.
Evergreen Museum & Library hosts storyteller and magician David London for an interactive exploration of 19th-century magic and technology.
About this Event
Evergreen Museum & Library hosts storyteller and magician David London for an interactive exploration of some of the many mysteries, personalities, and technologies that captured the imagination of the world at the end of the 19th century.
Are you a creative interested in advocating for the significance of creativity in our current quarantine culture?
Join painter and MICA instructor Duane Lutsko in a presentation / open dialogue that explores creativity, art theory, and art activism.
We will open with Dr. Elliott Eisner’s Ten Lessons the Arts Teach to generate a dialogue and invite participants to challenge themselves to articulate a personal voice promoting the significance of art.