‘Real or Not Real? How Propaganda, Media Manipulation, and Reality TV Impact Our Thinking’

Before “fake news” became a cultural wart on American society (spreading like an epidemic, and Trump the host subject), the blockbuster trilogy, “The Hunger Games,” foretold the awesome power and possibilities of a corrupted media on society. With the Frazier Museum’s “Hunger Games” exhibit as a backdrop, witness a panel discussion about how a manipulated media can be used to control, and pervert the minds of citizens. Get there early, opening at 5 p.m., to check out the “Hunger Games” exhibit ($10).

Thursday, Aug. 31

Frazier Kentucky History Museum
7-8 p.m. | $10