The Center is open Wednesday-Saturday, 12 Noon - 4
p.m. and on the 1st Sunday of the month, 2-4 p.m. Flexible
scheduling is available to groups with advance reservations. The Center
will be closed May 13th for our Annual Golf Outing and Picnic
Dinner and Friday, May 24 - Monday, May 27 for Memorial Day weekend.
Of Fears & Memory by Alina Poroshina
Sunday, May 5, 2-4 p.m.
Free admission and
light refreshments served.
Annual Golf Outing and
40th Anniversary Picnic Dinner
Monday, May 13, Shotgun Start at Noon
Country Club of Lansing
Of Fears &
Memory by Alina Poroshina
through July 27, 2013
Artist Alina Poroshina examines cultural memory in her latest series of
work focused on the Armenian Genocide of 1915. In
Of Fears and Memory,
Poroshina reflects on how the atrocities committed in 1915 have been
encoded into her own Armenian heritage through figurative paintings that
she describes as Expressive Realism.
Michigan Women in Science, Technology, Engineering, and
On display through February 2014
Since the passage of Title IX,
women remain disproportionately underrepresented in science, technology,
engineering and math (STEM). The new exhibit STEMinists aims to
combat barriers remaining to women’s equal participation in STEM fields
by introducing girls to what it means to work in a STEM field,
successful Michigan women role models working in STEM, and steps to
pursue their interest in STEM fields. Increasing the number of women in
STEM fields is good for everyone—it has the potential to help address
the wage gap between men and women and increase the competitiveness of
the United States in the global economy.
Not Just a Man's
War: Michigan Women and the Civil War
In celebration of the
150th anniversary of the Civil War, discover the unique contributions
made by Michigan women. Michigan women were on the frontline during the
Civil War serving as as nurses in hospitals and on the battlefield. Some
bold women even disguised themselves as men to serve in battle. And then
there is the story of the home front, which did not remain static during
the four long years of war. Women took on new roles and responsibilities
left behind by men: they ran businesses, tended farms, raised families,
and sent their support in the form of supplies, letters, and money--
often not knowing the condition of their soldier husband, father,
sweetheart, brother, or son.
Women's Hall of Fame
The Hall of Fame
features 268 historical and contemporary women of Michigan who have been
inducted since 1983. Displays include artifacts highlighting individuals
from the Michigan Women's Hall of Fame.