Local artists Beth Holyoke, left, and Kaethi Seidl spent most of February in a refugee camp in northern Greece.. (Photo by Diane Chiddister, courtesy of the Yellow Springs News).)

Building Peace Series Continues in August

You may have noticed that some of the Museum's programs are titled "Building Peace." This is an on-going series that may feature a compelling film, an outstanding piece of music, or a special speaker.  Interesting discussions usually follow.  

Usually held on Sunday afternoons, Building Peace is all about how to make the world a better place.  Watch for details about the free August 27th program when Kathy Rowell, Professor of Sociology at Sinclair Community College, will discuss Children's Rights and Immigration at the US/Mexican border.  A film and discussion will be included.  

Interesting ideas for the Building Peace series are welcome.  Please contact Kathy Rowell at Katherine.Rowell@sinclair.edu for more information.

August 27 at the Museum