Curator's Cut: An Inside Look at DC's Suffrage Exhibits (Wednesday May 27, 7:00 PM EDT)Breaking News
tags: museums, public history, womens history, virtual exhibits, online exhibits
Join us for a digital trip to the nation's capital as we explore suffrage history with the curators of DC's most prominent women's suffrage exhibits! Panelists will explore topics including gaps in the women’s suffrage narrative, relevance of the suffrage movement today, and the role museums and collections play in interpreting this important history. While the live webinar begins at 7pm ET, we will be offering an optional 30 min virtual tour of the 3 exhibits that will be referenced during the program. If you would like to watch those clips, please tune in at 6:30pm ET.
Wed, May 27, 2020 7:00 PM - 8:00 PM EDT
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