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Asian American Heritage Month Keynote

Durgin Hall at UMass Lowell @ 35 Wilder St, Lowell, MA 01854, USA, Lowell, Massachusetts, 01854, United States

Steve Arounsack is a visual anthropologist with a strong background in community storytelling and digital media production. In particular, he is interested in the proliferation of Southeast Asian media and the representation of those regional cultures. His ethnographic research in Southeast Asia—principally Laos and Thailand—spans roughly 30 years.

Save Venice Inc.

Whistler House Museum of Art 243 Worthen St, Lowell, MA

Join the Whistler House Museum of Art on April 13, 2023 at 6:00 PM to discover how one organization has saved hundreds of Italian works of art. Author Christopher Carlsmith discusses his new book, “Save Venice Inc.: American Philanthropy and Art Conservation in Italy, 1966–2021,” which details the achievements and challenges faced by Save Venice Inc. and other historic preservation organizations in this unique city on the sea. ALL ARE WELCOME TO ATTEND. Please RSVP by Friday, April 7th at

Women in Science in the Merrimack

Online Event @ Downtown, Lowell, MA, USA, Lowell, Massachusetts, United States

Our watershed has some amazing women scientists doing impactful science in the community. Join us for a lively discussion about their research on climate, turtles, bugs, and trees. Speakers: Allison Hamilton, Assistant Teaching Professor, UMass Lowell Biology Department. Christina Kwapich, Assistant Professor, UMass Lowell Biology Department.  Lori Weeden, Associate Teaching Professor, Associate Chair of Undergraduate Programs, UMass Lowell Environmental Earth and Atmospheric Sciences.  Joy Winbourne, Assistant Professor, UMass Lowell Environmental, Earth, and Atmospheric Sciences Department.  Co-hosted by Jane Calvin, Lowell Parks & Conservation Trust, and Sarah Nelson, Appalachian Mountain Club. RSVP To Receive A Link This webinar is part of a project funded by the US EPA-Healthy Communities Grant Program.

Gallery Talk with NEQM Curator Pamela Weeks

New England Quilt Museum 18 Shattuck St, Lowell, MA

“COLLABORATIVE QUILTING” This gallery talk is offered in conjunction with the exhibition, Portable Patchwork, on view April 18 through July 15, 2023. Documented in thousands of quilts over three centuries, collaborative quilting served many purposes including fundraising for church projects and quilts that commemorate significant events or honor a beloved church leader. Women on both sides of the American Civil War made quilts and coverlets to supply their men on the battlefield with warmth and comforting reminders of home. NEQM Curator and quilt historian, Pamela Weeks, shares the fascinating stories behind these group-made quilts and shares how this tradition of collaborative quilting continues today.