Event Details

Location: Kansas City, MO

You are invited to join with the Alumni Clubs of the Ivy League and Seven Sisters (ILSS) schools to visit the National WWI Museum and Memorial (NWWIMM) exhibition “Etched in Memory” brought to the NWWIMM by Harvard collector Ben Dunham, Harvard College, 1966.

The exhibition features color etchings by British artist James Alphege Brewer who drew inspiration from the cathedrals, churches and town buildings in Northern France and Belgium that were threatened or damaged during World War I.

What:
• Behind-the-scenes talk and tour guided and narrated by Ben Dunham, who personally collected the etchings in the exhibit.
• The program is open to the public. It is anticipated Ben Durham will be able to meet with our group after the tour (pending confirmation of Ben’s availability).

When:
Sunday, March 1, 2020
Program will begin at 2:00 pm and will run approx. 40 minutes

Cost:
Admission to the Ellis Gallery for the program is Free
Admission to the rest of the NWWIMM

RSVP:
IF YOU ALREADY HAVE AN ACCOUNT WITH THE NWWIMM
1. Go to https://my.theworldwar.org/5868
2. Scroll down and select number of “tickets” (they are free)
3. Click “add to cart”,
4. Click “check out”,
5. Click “login”,
6. Add a donation, if you wish,
7. Click “submit”

IF YOU DO NOT ALREADY HAVE AN ACCOUNT WITH THE NWWIMM
1. Go to https://my.theworldwar.org/5868
2. Scroll down and select number of “tickets” (they are free)
3. Click “add to cart”,
4. Click “check out”,
5. Click “register” (If you don’t already have an account, you will need to set one up to successfully RSVP and receive your free tickets)
6. Fill in info for registration
7. Click “create account”
8. Add donation, if you wish,
9. Click “submit”

More Info:
NWWIMM Description of Exhibition
J. Alphege Brewer
Ben Dunham
Event logistics: Marty Lustig, 913-269-3217

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