Please join us for these exciting new lectures!
Hostage/Crises Negotiation: How the FBI Saves Lives
Dr. Thomas Strentz, pills retired FBI Special Agent, stuff a professional anti-terrorism
expert with a background in hostage taking, try negotiations and survival.
Wednesday, February 8, 7:30-9:00 pm, W-3 Theatre
Women in the Cold War: Women’s Voices Usher in a Sexual Revolution
Changing Women and America Forever
Alice Reagan, Associate Professor, Northern Virginia Community College
Wednesday, March 8, 7:30-9:00 pm, W-3 Theatre
History in the Making—a New Workhouse for the 21st Century
Ava Spece, President and CEO, Workhouse Arts Foundation
Wednesday, April 12, 7:30-9:00 pm, W-3 Theatre
All programs are free with a suggested donation of $10. Please register online at WorkhouseArts.org or call 703-854-2900 for more information
About the Workhouse Prison Museum
The Workhouse Prison Museum opened to the public in 2009 and is entirely supported by private contributions. It is currently located in Building W-9 at the Workhouse Arts Center. It was created to present a synopsis of some of the significant events that took place at the District of Columbia’s Correction Complex at Lorton from its opening in 1910 until the last prisoner left in 2001.
It is anticipated that a new, permanent museum will open in the summer of 2017. The premiere exhibit will honor the courageous suffragists who were imprisoned at the Workhouse in 1917, a century ago.