Event Details

Date
Sep 25, 2020
Time
2:00pm
Place
Zoom Webinar

Faced with the worst economic downturn in the nation’s history, American artists and photographers created some of their greatest, longest-lasting works. Using photographs by Margaret Bourke-White ’27, prints by the Works Projects Administration, and the newly restored Roosevelt Island Murals, curator Nancy Green tells the story of the art and artists of the Great Depression.

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