On 3 November, Americans go to the polls to elect the President: will it be Donald Trump or Joe Biden? A pivotal moment in a politically and socially divided country. Kunsthal KAdE in Amersfoort has set out to discover what position artists are adopting in these charged times which resulted in the exhibition This Is America | Art USA Today. From Sept 26-Jan 3.
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Learn all about the Presidential Elections
Our school program the Quincy Club is back on the road! The coming weeks Albertine Bloemendal will visit around 20 high schools in the Netherlands to teach about the upcoming presidential elections. Next stop: St. Nicolaaslyceum in Amsterdam.
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2020 Election Talk
In the run-up to the presidential elections, the John Adams hosts the ‘Coffee Klatsch’, a weekly online discussion for our members and patrons about an election related topic, hosted by book club coordinator Glen Kendall. During our very first gathering we talked about the passing of RBG and mail-in voting.
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Journalist Laila Frank visited the swing states of the US and turned her stories into a podcast for BNR. (in Dutch). In 2018 she wrote the blog series California Dreamin’ for the John Adams, in which she shared her experiences traveling the West Coast.