This summer, Rijksmuseum Gardens will exhibit nine sculptures by Ellsworth Kelly. Kelly was one of the most important American artists of the 2nd half of the 20th century. All nine sculptures are on view in the Netherlands for the first time. Until October, 24, admission is free.
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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: Heerbeeck College in Best.
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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 and our Family and Friends about election related topics, hosted by Glen Kendall and Gabe Marino. At the fourth meeting, we discussed early voting and the senate races.
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Facebook’s pledge to to bring the world together wound up pulling us apart. In this article for the New Yorker, historian and writer Jill Lepore explores how the company’s mission statements invoke the power of connection but not its perils. Lepore visited the John Adams in 2019.