Amy Kaslow Gallery Hosts K/NOW Dialogue: Ukraine’s War is Democracy’s War

Courtesy of Amy Kaslow Gallery.
Talk: Friday, May 5 from 6pm to 7pm

Please join Amy Kaslow Gallery at their new location for a K/NOW Dialogue: Ukraine’s War is Democracy’s War in conversation with two leading voices.

  • Natalie Jaresko is Ukraine’s former minister of finance. She just returned from a dispatch to Puerto Rico where she spent years reducing its overwhelming debt. She currently chairs Aspen Institute Kyiv.
  • James Steinberg has been State Department policy planning chief and deputy secretary, and White House deputy national security adviser. He served as dean of Maxwell School at Syracuse University and dean at the University of Texas, Austin Lyndon B, Johnson School of Public Affairs. He is current dean of Johns Hopkins School of Advanced International Studies.

Explore what Russia’s invasion in Ukraine means for democracy, worldwide.

Find us onsite at 7920 Norfolk Avenue, Bethesda. Friday, May 5th,  6pm-7:30pm at Amy Kaslow Gallery.

This dialogue is part of programming for our ongoing exhibition “Documenting Landscapes: Ukraine’s Vanishing Terrain” featuring Kyiv-based artist Jaroslav Leonets.