A Brief Journey through the Eyes of a Forensic Anthropologist
The GCNAC is excited to announce an incredible line up of Indigenous guests from all over the planet including, artists, dancers, drummers, speakers, knowledge-keepers, and performers who are coming together to celebrate, educate and re-Indigenize.
The Museum learned last month that we have been selected as a host site for annual internships by one or two students from the program. The young people spend about 10 months at their host site, learning and working on specific projects for the host agency.
Join Heartfulness Dayton, the Dayton Peace Museum, and millions around the world on 2020 International Day of Peace for virtual meditation, speakers, and words of inspiration and hope during a […]
Join us downtown on Fifth Street in the Oregon District from Noon until 5 pm on Saturday, September 5. We will have a table right next to Ned Peppers. Drop […]
Through Museums for All, those receiving food assistance (SNAP benefits) can gain free or reduced admission to more than 500 museums throughout the United States simply by presenting their SNAP […]
The Dayton Peace Museum along with Heartfulness Dayton and the International Cities of Peace are celebrating the 2020 International Peace Day by participating in a world-wide meditation on peace, Monday […]
Join Kaye each week virtually on Zoom by clicking on the link below. Classes meet each Wednesday from 6 to 7 pm and are designed for beginners to advanced and […]