LECTURE: ALISON SAAR
Thursday, May 1, 6pm - Reception, 6:30 - Lecture
Washington University Steinberg Auditorium
Included in Mound City is Alison Saar’s work Leelinau, 1997, in the Collection at Laumeier Sculpture Park.
As part of the Sam Fox School Public Lecture Series, Saar will deliver a lecture about her current sculptural
ART FAIR AT LAUMEIER
Friday, May 9 6 – 10PM
Saturday, May 10 10AM – 8PM
Sunday, May 11 10AM – 5PM
$10 for ages 12 and up
$5 for children ages 6-11
Members and children under 6 are free
In its 27th year Art Fair at Laumeier is a nationally acclaimed fine art and craft held on Mother’s Day weekend. Laumeier welcomes 150 artists from across the country to exhibit and sell their works in a variety of media. In addition to the artwork, food and drink from a variety of vendors is available and you’ll find exciting music and entertainment throughout the weekend.
No pet please, no outside food or drink
MOUND CITY FILM SERIES
A new collaboration established specially for the Mound City exhibition is a series of curated films with the Webster University Film Series. Three films have been chosen with WFS director James Harrison to support the narrative of the exhibition.
Jimmy P: Psychotherapy of a Plains Indian
Tuesday, May 27, 7:30PM, Winifred Moore Auditorium, Webster University
COFFEE & CONVERSATION
Monday, May 31, 2014
Archaeology, Digging up the Past In Residence: Archaeologists Joe Harland Robin Machiran will discuss traces of native culture in the Mound City exhibit and in this region.
All events are free unless otherwise noted. Events, dates and times subject to change.