Coming up in March at Lynn Museum / LynnArts
Lynn at the Great War: At Home and Abroad
Save the date! On March 6th, the Lynn Museum wlll be reopening with a brand new exhibit! Lynn at the Great War: At Home and Abroad brings to light how Lynn influenced and was influenced by the events of World War I, both at home and abroad. This exhibit is paired with the Smithsonian poster series, World War I: Lessons and Legacies, which explores the war and its lasting impact on American life at a national level.
On Tuesday, March 6th, 2018, the Lynn Museum will serve as polling place for Ward 4, Precincts 3 and 4, during the special State Senate election.
Polls will be open from 7AM-8PM.
Thursday, March 8th, will be the last day you can see the exhibition:
Art of the Mack, an exhibition of footwear based artwork in support of Mack’s Soles, a non-profit organization who accepts donations of worn shoes and refurbishes them to donate to the homeless. Don’t miss it!
Life Drawing sessions continue!
“In the Moment” Memory Cafe
Please join us at the Lynn Museum on March 15th from 10am-12pm for Memory Cafe, a program for people living with Alzheimer’s disease and related dementias and their caretakers. This monthly program provides opportunities to network and enjoy refreshments, connect with caregiver support specialists, and–if you like–join in creative projects and interactive learning.
This month’s theme is St. Patty’s Day Cafe and will feature Irish step dancers and traditional Irish music. Don’t miss the fun!
Wednesday, March 14th at 12 PM is our next MESA, our free monthly brown bag lunch program. Our featured speaker for this month’s talk will be Salem State History professor, Dr. Gayle Fischer, who will speak about women’s issues and the suffragette movement.
Bring your lunch and stay for the talk. To reserve your spot at the table, please email Elena at Elena@lynnmuseum.org. MESA is our Museum Enrichment Series for Adults and is a free program.
On March 23rd, LynnArts will host the opening reception for our new exhibit featuring the art of women only. “What does women’s art look like today?” We are holding this exhibition in honor of International Women’s Day and Linda Nochlin, whose death in 2017 was a major loss in the art world and, most specifically, the discipline of art history. This exhibition is only for women artists and we want see the variety of art that is created by women.
Don’t miss this timely exhibition.
We are getting everything ready for our reopening date of March 6th! New exhibits are being planned and installed, school visits being made, special events being scheduled, and so much more. Get ready to mark your calendars and plan for an exciting year!
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