Ever wonder what is behind the scenes in the archives and collections of the LACS?
Join Curator Serena Stuettgen for a look into the artifact collectiont! She will give an overview of the over 20,000 items in the LACS collection and talk a little about how the LACS preserves Luxembourg American heritage and culture through artifacts. Then Serena will showcase artifacts selected from the collection that help tell the history and culture of the Luxembourg American community.
This program will be offered through Zoom on Saturday, February 10, 2024 at 11am Central Time. Members, please sign in when requesting your ticket.* The Zoom link will be emailed after ticket purchase, and we will send a reminder email a day or two prior to the event.
About Our Host:
Serena Stuettgen is the LACS Museum Curator and manages the artifact collection, exhibits, and research center. Before joining the LACS in April 2019, she worked for six years in various roles at Milwaukee’s Pabst Mansion, was an art handler for Guardian Fine Art Services, and had an internship at the U.S. Holocaust Memorial Museum in Washington, DC. Her education includes a Master of Arts from UW-Milwaukee with an emphasis in Public History and a certificate in Museum Studies, as well as a Bachelor of Arts degree with a double major in Religious Studies and History. She also carries a culture certificate from a summer program at the University of Kassel in Germany. Serena is passionate about using current museum trends to connect the public with history through the preservation, research, and use of collections.
*Tickets are per device. So if multiple people plan to watch from the same computer, only one ticket is needed.