In Conversation: Mobilizing Memory at Willow Run

August 13th
3-4pm
After a 2013 visit to the once-famed industrial complex Willow Run in Washtenaw County, Michigan, Ernestine Ruben photographed the now-dormant facility, which was designed during World War II by her grandfather, Detroit architect Albert Khan. Join Assistant Curator of Photography, Jennifer Friess, for a conversation about the roles memory and history play in Ruben's photographs and a special screening of the new film Willow Run, which weaves together Ruben's photographs and an original score by composer Stephen Hartke.

This program is free and open to the public, but space is limited. Please register to secure your place by email. Please include date and title of program in the subject line of your email.
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Add to Calendar 08 13 2017 America/Detroit In Conversation: Mobilizing Memory at Willow Run After a 2013 visit to the once-famed industrial complex Willow Run in Washtenaw County, Michigan, Ernestine Ruben photographed the now-dormant facility, which was designed during World War II by her grandfather, Detroit architect Albert Khan. Join Assistant Curator of Photography, Jennifer Friess, for a conversation about the roles memory and history play in Ruben's photographs and a special screening of the new film Willow Run, which weaves together Ruben's photographs and an original score by composer Stephen Hartke.

This program is free and open to the public, but space is limited. Please register to secure your place by email. Please include date and title of program in the subject line of your email.
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