To accompany its current exhibition “Postcards from the Trenches” (which looks like a good one), the Printing Museum in Houston is launching a lecture series which begins this evening at 7 p.m., with a talk by Steven Fenberg, author and filmmaker. The title of tonight’s discussion is “Give Until It Hurts: Jesse Jones, Houston and World War I.”
The series will continue on November 6, with a talk by author and filmmaker Jay Winter titled “The First World War: A Transnational Approach,” and will conclude on November 20 with national radio host and music historian Michael Lasser with “’Smile the While You Kiss me Sad Adieu’: The Love Songs of WWI.”
These lectures are free, but seating is limited and RSVPs are encouraged: call (713) 522-4652. For more info, please go here.
The Museum of Printing History · 1324 W. Clay Street, Houston, Texas 77019