Check out a brief video showing the conceptual work being created for the peace museum.
Read the Museum director’s thoughts on the riots and insurrection that occurred on January 6 and how the only answer for us to follow is, a strong recommitment to upholding […]
The Peace Museum will be celebrating the International Day of Peace by gathering in front of the new Museum location on downtown Dayton’s Courthouse Square. With guest speakers and live […]
The Peace Museum will be celebrating the International Day of Peace by gathering in front of the new Museum location on downtown Dayton’s Courthouse Square.
Get the link by emailing email@example.com Chapters 1-6 on Saturday, September 4 from 11 am to 12:30 and the rest of the book on Saturday, October 2, from 11 am […]
Magazine explores the mystery of why there are so few museums of peace in the United States.
Please join us as we remember our dear friend, long-time supporter, and former board member, Charlotte Paugh. A memorial will be held on Sunday, August 15 at 1:30 in Englewood, […]
Former board member, Charlotte Paugh (1922-2021) chats with museum coordinator, Arielle Dzaferagic in 2019 about the Museum’s large collection of quilts created by Janet Bear McTavish after the September 11, […]
The Color of Law by Richard Rothstein Chapters 1-6 on September 4 at 11 am The rest of the book on October 2, at 11 am Free Event. Books available […]
Join us to remember the August 4, 2019 mass shooting in downtown Dayton’s Oregon District. We will read and talk about the museum-published book, Facing Gun Violence. The book is […]
Click on the button below to read up on the latest news on the move from Monument Ave to the new building on Courthouse Square plus programs at the Museum […]