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Ohio Chautauqua presents: Dian Fossey

Published: January 23, 2017

Biography The story of wildlife biologist Diane Fossey is nothing if not controversial. Lauded for her pioneering research on the Mountain Gorillas in Rwanda and her heroic struggles to save the gorillas, she is nonetheless vilified for her harsh and at times cruel treatment of the people who… Read More

Finding hope in solidarity

Published: January 20, 2017

Guest Blogger Sarah Weiss, Executive Director, the Center for Holocaust Humanity Education As we found ourselves full of hope with the start of the New Year, that hope was shattered for some on Tue.  Jan. 3 when news broke that a swastika was found… Read More

Video: A Curators’ Talk — Leap Before You Look: Black Mountain College

Published: December 15, 2016

Sept. 16, 2016, with financial support by Ohio Humanities, the Wexner Center opened a unique exhibition with the insightful, Curators’ Talk by Ruth Erickson, PhD, and Helen Molesworth, PhD. Erickson is an associate curator with the Institute of Contemporary Art, Boston. Molesworth is the chief curator with the Museum of Contemporary Art,… Read More

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