Art at Noon: Art and the New Deal 

Wednesday, May 20, 12:00 to 1:00 PM

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This week, Kristina Murray, PAFA's Teen Programs Coordinator, will investigate the significance of Depression-era government funded art programs created by Franklin Delano Roosevelt. Thousands of artists, including Stuart Davis, Dox Thrash, and Berenice Abbott, benefited from these programs. Join us for this timely discussion as we consider the importance of funding the arts during a time of crisis.


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Wednesday May 20
12:00 PM - 1:00 PM
Come enjoy discussions and lectures with PAFA scholars covering a variety of topics related to PAFA’s exhibitions, collections, and areas of interest. Now you can enjoy these lectures from the comfort of your couch. Join us each Wednesday at noon and now you can even bring your lunch!
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