The Sunday Series in the Mary Jane Stryker Theater will go on hiatus for the summer. We'll start again in September, with topics ranging from architecture to music, the environment, and, yes, graveyards! Second Sundays are usually devoted to science, while the fourth Sundays remain history-focused. Programs begin at 1:30 pm and are always FREE!
Kalamazoo Valley Museum on the Air
on Public Media Network on channels 191
Monday, Wednesday, Friday, and Saturday
11 a.m, 3 p.m., and 8 p.m.
Exploring Kalamazoo's Foodways with Elspeth Inglis, Assistant Director for Educational Services
April 9, 2017
Following Kalamazoo’s first Foodways Symposium, this presentation will touch on local history and material culture as it relates to food systems – sourcing, preparing, and serving foods both local and exotic.
A Conversation with Earnest Green, Music Director of Play It Again, Marvin! – a Marvin Hamlisch Celebration
April 23, 2017
Ernest Green is the Artistic Director of Live Arts Maryland and the Music Director of the Annapolis Chamber Orchestra and Annapolis Chorale. He will be the KSO’s guest conductor for the April 28 Marvin Hamlisch Celebration.
Dr. Carolyn Mazloomi, the founder of the Women of Color Quilter's Network and curator of "And Still We Rise: Race, Culture and Visual Conversations"
May 21, 2017
Dr. Carolyn Mazloomi, founder of the Women of Color Quilters Network and curator of the exhibit And Still We Rise: Race, Culture and Visual Conversations, will speak about African American history and its depiction in story quilts. She is recognized as an authority on African American quilts, has authored several books, and is a very sought-after exhibit curator. Her exhibit, which will be at the KVM through June 4, 2017, opened at the National Underground Railroad Museum in Cincinnati, Ohio, in 2013. The exhibition will travel the United States through the end of this year.