The Origin of Fascism: Divide & Rule Tactics
When and Where:
Friday, November 6, 2020 6:30 PM - 8:00 PM
at Limited In-Person Seating & Virtual Event
Special Venue Instructions:
Verify prior to Nov. 6 if the in-person portion of the event will occur.
Presented by Athenaeum Foundation, Indiana City Brewing, and Max Kade German-American Center.
From Bacon’s Rebellion to the “War on Drugs,” those with power have often used tactics to divide the common folk from each other. This event invites you to view Aaron Scamihorn’s exhibition, The Ronlewhorn Political Circus, followed by a discussion examining historic and contemporary “divide and rule” tactics used by governing bodies and fascist regimes.
Speakers list is forthcoming.
A limited number of socially-distanced, in-person seats are available for the Nov. 6 conversation which will also be hosted online for at-home audiences.
The exhibition will run from Oct. 2 - Nov. 30. Gallery hours are Mon.-Fri. from 7am-7pm and Sat.-Sun. from 8am-6pm.
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Event info: (317) 655-2755 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
*Be advised: The in-person component of this event could change at the last minute due to Covid-19 concerns. Additionally, guests are expected to comply with any city or State orders to socially-distance and wear a mask while indoors.