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History Bites at Night

5:30 pm

Event Summary

Jun 5, 2024
5:30 pm
In celebration of our upcoming exhibit We've Always Been Here: Women at the Cincinnati Observatory, this night bite is focused on women's roles in history and who are currently making history in STEM.
Since the Observatory's founding, women have always been a part of it. Learn about the women who have visited, the local women scientists, and the women who've worked here in their varying, yet crucial and often unrecognized, roles.
Sean Andres is a marketer, writer, and former educator. He co-founded Queens of Queen City, now a part of the Urbanist Media family. As a board member of Urbanist Media, the Cincinnati Observatory Center, and the Mac-A-Cheek Foundation for the Humanities he partners with regional museums and communities to help preserve and empower the voices of historically marginalized populations with a focus on local women’s history. He is a regular in Cincinnati’s Stand-Up History and appears in the podcasts The History Chicks and Urban Roots and will be the guest in the upcoming season premiere of Discovering Sarah. He’s also been published in New Territory Magazine’s “Literary Landscapes” series as well as the poetry studies journal Paideuma with his work on local poet Sarah Piatt. He notoriously has trouble saying, “No.”

Tickets $15/person, free for members

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