The Turmoil of Transition: An In-Depth Exploration

Dates:March 21, 2024
Meets:Th from 1:00 PM to 2:30 PM
Location:Cliveden Carriage House, 6401 Germantown Ave., rear
Cost: $25.00

Sorry, we are no longer accepting registrations for this course. Please contact our office to find out if it will be rescheduled, or if alternative classes are available.

Join Cliveden's Education Director Carolyn Wallace to explore the site's current exhibit The Turmoil of Transition: The mid-nineteenth century at Cliveden. Enter Cliveden as it was in the mid-nineteenth century - a household and country in turmoil. This period of tension explores household dynamics, substance abuse and violence, exacerbated by societal shifts of the mid-19th century and still relevant today.
Fee: $25.00

Fee Breakdown

Category Description Amount
Course Fee (Basic)Course Fee$ 25.00
Optional FeeDonation (optional)$ 0.00

Cliveden Carriage House, 6401 Germantown Ave., rear

The Carriage House is best reached from Cliveden St., which is between Upsal and Johnson Streets. Parking is available in the church parking lot near Morton St. and also on the street. The Carriage House entrance is at the Morton St. end of Cliveden St., on the right side, through a gate, onto the grounds of Cliveden House. The Route 23 bus stops at Germantown Avenue & Cliveden Street.


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Carolyn Wallace

an interpreter, educator and collections manager with over ten years of experience working with historic sites. In her current role as Education Director for Cliveden of the National Trust, work focuses on research and interpretation of diverse narratives through sustainable programming for youth and adults and exhibit design. Carolyn is passionate about making connections between past and present and helping visitors to do the same. Libbie Hawes has been the Preservation Director at Cliveden for 13 years. She has a Master of Science in Historic Preservation at the Weitzman School of Design at the University of Pennsylvania

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