Pondering the mystery of late life
Join us for the following in-person and online programs related to the special exhibition. For programs requiring advance registration, you may register online or call Guest Services, at 937-223-4278, during regular museum hours. Be sure to also explore the downloadable interactives. Check back often for updates and new information!
IN-PERSON & VIRTUAL PROGRAMS
Curatorial Conversations: Pondering the Mystery of Late Life
Date: Thursday, May 25th , 6–7 pm
Cost: Free for museum members and included in the price of admission for non-members; advance registration required, limit 12 people
Join us for a special “Community Conversations” version of this program as Simone Holder-Nelson from the Area Agency on Aging and Peter Doebler, Kettering Curator of Asian Art, discuss art, aging, and well being through the current Focus Exhibition, Pondering the Mystery of Late Life.
Exhibition Film Screening: “Tokyo Story”
Date: Thursday, June 1, 5:30-8:00PM
Cost: free for members, included with museum admission for non-members
Join us in the Mimi & Stuart Rose Auditorium for a special screening of the film “Tokyo Story” (Yasujiro Ozu, 1953). Widely regarded as one of the greatest films of all time, the film is a poignant exploration of family, loss and love.