Upcoming Events

Art and Artists of World War I
Featured Event: St. Louis Art Museum
Thursday, October 30 at 11a.m. and Friday, October 31 at 6p.m.

Join Over There project staff Rochelle Caruthers and Claire Presley Marks in the Sculpture Hall for a discussion of  the St. Louis Art Museum's collection of World War I artwork.

Union Station and World War I
Featured Event: National WWI Museum
Saturday, November 1, 1:00p.m.

As Union Station celebrates its centennial, Museum Senior Curator Doran Cart provides an overview of World War I and the role of Union Station in the Great War. Union Station Chamber Board Room. Free to the public.

Art for a World at War
Featured Event & Exhibit: State Historical Society of Missouri
Saturday, November 8, 1:30 PM 

Experience World War I through the eyes of artists! Join Joan Stack, curator of art collections, for a tour of the exhibition Art for a World at War: WWI Posters and Editorial Cartoons. See original wartime posters and editorial cartoons and learn how art reflected the hopes, fears, and patriotic devotion of Missourians. As a way to celebrate all US veterans, Society military artifacts from a variety of time periods will be on display at the event. The exhibit will run from October 14 to February 14, 2015.

On the Brink: A Month That Changed the World
ExhibitNational World War I Museum
Open March 15 - November 9, 2014

A hungry teenage assassin and a wrong turn forever changed the world. View the special exhibition examining the underground organizations, diplomatic communications and international newspaper reporting of the assassination of Archduke Franz Ferdinand and its political aftershock.Located in Memory Hall. Included with Museum admission and free for members. 

Over By Christmas: August-December 1914
Exhibit: National World War I Museum
Open May 3 - March 29, 2015

Many thought World War I would be over in days, surely by Christmas. To many, Christmas was a time of peace and goodwill towards others, the Celebration of the Prince of Peace. Each cause was just. God was on their side, but the war was not over by Christmas. Included with Museum admission and free for members.