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1821 Missouri and Mexico’s Bicentennials—South and North Expansion

Presented by Kemper Museum of Contemporary Art and Kansas City Museum at Online/Virtual Space

Feb 17 2022

Image: Installation view, "Contemporary Art and the Missouri Bicentennial," Kemper Museum of Contemporary Art. Photo: E. G. Schempf, 2021.

1821 Missouri and Mexico’s Bicentennials—South and North Expansion | FEBRUARY 17 at 6 P.M. | Virtual | In conjunction with the exhibition, Contemporary Art and the Missouri Bicentennial

In conjunction with the exhibition, Contemporary Art and the Missouri Bicentennial, join Dr. Gene T. Chávez, historian for the Kansas City Museum and Dr. Sean Rost, oral historian at the State Historical Society of Missouri for a conversation on the significance of the Santa Fe Trail to both Mexico and Missouri.

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In conjunction with the exhibition, Contemporary Art and the Missouri Bicentennial, join Dr. Gene T. Chávez, historian for the Kansas City Museum and Dr. Sean Rost, oral historian at the State Historical Society of Missouri on Zoom for a conversation on the significance of the Santa Fe Trail to both Mexico and Missouri.

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