What Exhibits have been launched?
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The museum participated with with the Arvada Historical Society in the Arvada History Musuem to create an exhibit and events commemorating the rich history of the Rocky Flats Nuclear Weapons Plant. The exhibit is housed within the Arvada Center for the Arts and Humanities.
The Rocky Flats Cold War Museum partnered with the Arvada Center to present the "The 25th Anniversity of the FBI Raid" with a 3-month display in the museum area.
2013: 1950s Workers Exhibit
A photo exhibit of Rocky Flats in the1950s as seen through the lens of nuclear workers opened Oct. 25 with a reception by the Cold War Patriots and their Remembrance Quilt displayed on the 5th National Day of Remem-brance of nuclear workers. This is the first themed exhibit on the history of Rocky Flats.
2013: Atomic Art Exhibit
A traveling exhibit entitled “This Is Not a Test, the Atomic Art of Doug Waterfield” started April 19th and continued through the end of May.
2012: Atomic Photography Exhibit
A photo exhibit called “Behind the Atom Curtain: Life and Death in the Nuclear Age” organized by Robert Del Tredici of Montreal, Canada, was open from Sept. 28 through Dec. 15. Del Tredici was founder of the Atomic Photographers Guild, whose members took the photos of nuclear plants and nuclear reactors in the U.S., U.S.S.R., Japan, Canada and Europe.
I was proud of the work I did in defense of the country.
Michael J. Young, Buildings 771/371 (1981-2004)