Category Archives: Bruce Cole

Video of the National Civic Art Society’s U.S. House Briefing on the Eisenhower Memorial

On July 18, 2014, I spoke at the National Civic Art Society’s U.S. House Briefing on the Eisenhower Memorial. Also speaking were Bruce Cole — former Chairman of the National Endowment for the Humanities and President Obama’s appointee to the … Continue reading

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Speaking on Capitol Hill About the Eisenhower Memorial on July 18

Capitol Hill Luncheon and Briefing on the Eisenhower Memorial July 18, 2014, at Noon Rayburn House Office Building, room 2247 The National Civic Art Society cordially invites you to a lunch briefing on the planned National Eisenhower Memorial. The briefing will … Continue reading

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In Which I Persuade the U.S. Commission of Fine Arts

Representing the National Civic Art Society, on November 21, 2013 I testified about the Eisenhower Memorial at the U.S. Commission of Fine Arts, the aesthetic guardians of Washington, D.C. The text of my speech is below. In the ensuing discussion, … Continue reading

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