#WendeOnline

While we remain temporarily closed to help combat the spread of COVID-19, we invite you to experience the Wende Museum online. We hope that interacting with these resources can provide inspiration and a sense of community from afar. Below are some of the ways that you can virtually visit the Wende.


While we remain temporarily closed to help combat the spread of COVID-19, we invite you to experience the Wende Museum online. We hope that interacting with these resources can provide inspiration and a sense of community from afar. Below are some of the ways that you can virtually visit the Wende.

Content will be added by the staff throughout the museum's temporary closure. Check back often and follow @wendemuseum on FacebookTwitter, and Instagram. Our newest digital resources can be found easily by searching #WendeOnline. 

Connect with Upcoming Online Programs

September 30, 2020: Connecting Space: Rock Music Between East and West

October 4, 2020: Virtual Opening of Transformations and See Thy Neighbor

October 8, 2020: Profiling Space: Policing During and After the Cold War

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Virtual Friday Night Films at the Wende
Past Art Past Present Programs
Past Cold War Spaces Programs
Wellness at the Wende Yoga Instruction led by Culver City's Jennifer Winther
Historical videos and oral histories from the Wende Collection

 

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Past Programs
September 23, 2020: Psychic Space: Brainwashing in the Cold War
September 16, 2020: Art Past Present with Aneesa Shami
September 9, 2020: Flower Power Space: The Soviet Hippie Community
September 3, 2020: What Remains – Online Screening and Discussion with Heidi Duckler Dance
September 2, 2020: Counterculture Space: The East German Hip-Hop Scene
August 28, 2020: Hollywood in Moscow: "The Iron Curtain" vs. "Goodbye, America!," Discussion with Vladimir Paperny
August 26, 2020: Colonial Space: Beyond the Logo Map
August 19, 2020: Art Past Present with Enrique Martínez Celaya
August 12, 2020: Exhibition Space: Art as Diplomacy Across the Cold War Divide
August 5, 2020Spaces of Television: Between Propaganda and Consumerism 
July 29, 2020: Urban Space: Freeway Construction and its Community Impact
July 29, 2020: Contested Space: Communist and Confederate Monuments
July 15, 2020: Aesthetic Space: Artistic Interpretations of Cold War History
July 8, 2020: Gender Space: Who Should a Woman Speak For in a Post World Order?
July 1, 2020: Community Space: Multimedia Art and African American Community Formation in LA
June 24, 2020: Contaminated Space: Long Radioactive Half-Lives and Short Media Cycles in Chernobyl
July 17, 2020: Queer Spaces in East Germany: Between Persecution and Liberation 
June 10, 2020: From Russia with Space: Cold War Cosmic Imaginations
June 3, 2020: Picturing Space: East and West German Perspectives on the GDR
May 29, 2020: Film Discussion with Vladimir Paperny: Hollywood in Moscow
May 27, 2020: Expanding Space: Design and Emancipation in China: A Conversation with Ole Bouman
May 20, 2020: Shadow Space: Soviet Secret Cities in Transition: A Conversation with Xenia Vytuleva-Herz
May 13, 2020: Secret Space and the Stasi: A Conversation with Dagmar Hovestädt
May 10, 2020: Fact and Fiction: Art, News, and Propaganda – A virtual discussion presented with the Pacific Council on International Policy
May 6, 2020: Public Space Under Socialism: A Conversation with Vladimir Kulić
April 29, 2020: Private Space in the Soviet Union: A Conversation with Susan E. Reid
April 13-17, 2020: #AskACurator Week 
April 3, 2020: Virtual Medea Insurrection Wikipedia Edit-a-thon

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