Fall 2018 Public Programming Announced

Fall 2018 Public Programming Announced

Cast member and experts from “The Looming Tower” during the winter 2018 programming season. Photo by Monika Graff.

The fall season of the 9/11 Memorial & Museum’s public programming calendar will feature journalists, academics and cultural creators who will share their expertise to deepen our understanding of 9/11’s continued effect on current events, foreign policy, history, and art and culture.

The programming season kicks off on Tuesday, Sept. 11, with a special program co-presented with the Brooklyn Historical Society. “Transformed Overnight: The Impact of 9/11” will be a discussion among Tina Chang, Brooklyn’s first poet laureate who wrote movingly about the attacks; Clifford Chanin, 9/11 Memorial & Museum EVP & Deputy Director of Museum Programs, who contributed to the complex process of developing the Museum’s narrative; and Pat Kiernan, a journalist whose work reporting New York news has covered events both pre- and post-9/11.

You can view our full schedule and register for individual programs here. Public programs at the Museum are free to the public, but registration is required.

By 9/11 Memorial Staff