Freedom Without Walls Celebration  10/26/2009 
Campus News 
 

Freedom without walls logo Westminster College
October 29 – November 9, 2009

Sponsored by:
The Churchill Institute at Westminster College & the German Embassy


Art Contest
October 5 – 28
Freedom without Walls Art Contest – divisions include Westminster College, area colleges, secondary schools and elementary schools.  Artwork due October 28 - winners will be announced on November 9. 

Exhibit on the Breakthrough Sculpture at Westminster College
October 22 – November 13
Coulter Science Center and Library

Exhibit on the Berlin Wall
October 29 – November 13 
National Churchill Museum

Lunch and Learn: How the Berlin Wall Came Down
by Professor Sam Goodfellow
October 29 
11:30am – 12:30pm – Marsh Jones Room in Mueller Leadership Hall

Westminster Wall Graffiti
November 2 – 6
Stop by locations to add your Freedom without Walls graffiti to the mock Berlin Wall
Times to be announced
Locations:  Outside the National Churchill Museum, Historic Gym, Mueller Leadership Center, Coulter Lecture Hall

Town Wall Graffiti
November 2 – 6
Sections of the mock Berlin Wall will be placed around town and the schools for community participation – locations include Court House, William Woods University and local schools

Film Screening: Writing on the Wall – Remembering the Berlin Wall
November 3
Featuring interviews by Edwina and Bob Hawkins from Jefferson City
4pm - Marsh/Jones Suite, Mueller Leadership Hall

Film - Goodbye Lenin
November 4
7pm – Coulter Lecture Hall
Snacks provided

Lunch and Learn:
Living in the Shadow of the Wall: Reflections on Life in Cold War Berlin
by President Forsythe

November 5
11:30am – 12:30pm – Marsh Jones Room in Mueller Leadership Hall

Assemble the Pieces of the Mock Wall on Westminster Campus
November 6
Pieces of the mock Wall from the Westminster campus and Fulton will be combined at Latshaw Plaza

Winston Churchill Memorial Debate
November 7
Noon – 5pm, Coulter Science Center

Film Screening: Something to Do with the Wall
November 9
2pm-3:30pm, National Churchill Museum, Clementine Room

TGIM (Gott sei Dank fuer Montag!) – German Celebration for Westminster Campus
November 9
4pm – 6pm – Latshaw Plaza (weather plan Mueller Student Center)

Tear Down that Wall Program
November 9 
Special program and tearing down of the mock Berlin Wall
Featured speakers –Herr Lansing Hecker, German Honorary Consul and Dr Bernd von Muenchow-Pohl, Director, German Information Center USA
6pm – Program and 6:53 – Wall Event - Latshaw Plaza (weather plan Mueller Student Center)

 
Film Screening: History-Modern Marvels the Berlin Wall
November 10
2pm-3pm - National Churchill Museum, Clementine Room

Film Screening: ABC News Classics the Fall of the Berlin Wall
November 11
2pm-2:45pm - National Churchill Museum, Clementine Room
 
Children's Program: Berlin Wall
November 14
11am-Noon - National Churchill Museum, Anson Cutts Gallery
Reservations required (ages 6-12 only) - Cost: $5.00

Film Screening: When the Wall Came Tumbling Down
November 14
1pm-2:30pm, National Churchill Museum, Clementine Room


For more information contact the Office of College Relations at 573/592-5319 or collegerelations@westminster-mo.edu