Exhibit-Related Events

Tuesday September 26, 2017

  • Tuesday September 26, 2017

    Discover the stories of St. Louisans affected by the 1927 tornado that tore a path from Forest Park to Fairground Park in this special performance on select Tuesdays at 2pm. This short play was...

Wednesday September 27, 2017

Thursday September 28, 2017

  • Thursday September 28, 2017

    These programs are free to the public, but reservations are required. Call St. Louis Community College at (314) 984-7777.


    Led by Ron Elz ...

  • Thursday September 28, 2017

    This documentary film seeks to answer three questions: Does art have the power to change the political and social needs of a people? Did the art forms of the 1960s play an integral role in the...

Tuesday October 3, 2017

  • Tuesday October 3, 2017

    Discover the stories of St. Louisans affected by the 1927 tornado that tore a path from Forest Park to Fairground Park in this special performance on select Tuesdays at 2pm. This short play was...

Thursday October 5, 2017

Friday October 6, 2017

Monday October 9, 2017

Tuesday October 10, 2017

  • Tuesday October 10, 2017

    Discover the stories of St. Louisans affected by the 1927 tornado that tore a path from Forest Park to Fairground Park in this special performance on select Tuesdays at 2pm. This short play was...

  • Tuesday October 10, 2017

    Sometimes fashion is more than just style. Rikki Byrd, Washington University in St. Louis, will discuss the intersection of fashion, race, and activism, from black seamstresses...

Wednesday October 11, 2017

Thursday October 12, 2017

  • Thursday October 12, 2017

    These programs are free to the public, but reservations are required. Call St. Louis Community College at (314) 984-7777.


    Led by Ron Elz ...

  • Thursday October 12, 2017

    “FaciliTrainers” from NCCJ St. Louis will lead these workshops, which will include a short gallery experience in ...

Sunday October 15, 2017

  • Sunday October 15, 2017

    The National Personnel Records Center had a fire in 1973 that destroyed the majority of U.S. Army, Army Air Force, and Army Air Corps records from 1912 to 1963. The records of World War I veterans...

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