A Churchill one-man show and Churchill symposium will be held at Washington University in St. Louis on February 12-13, 2016, the closing weekend of the Paintings of Sir Winston Churchill exhibition. “Painting As a Pastime: Banishing the Black Dog,” written and performed by Randy Otto, will be held at the Kemper Art Museum on the Friday evening and the symposium, “The Multifaceted Life and Legacy of Sir Winston Churchill,” will held the next day at the Steinberg Auditorium. The scheduled speakers are Larry Arnn, Warren Dockter, James W. Muller, Michael Neiberg, Simon Read, and Jonathan Sandys. Information on the events is available here.