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|Artwork from Great Depression featured at Masur|
Masur Museum of Art will feature Artists of the Great Depression, through Nov. 7.
This exhibition features the work of Depression era artists, including several who were employed by the Works Progress Administration's Federal Art Project, and photographers working under the Farm Securities Administration.
The paintings, prints, and photographs in this exhibition include work by Thomas Hart Benton, Dorothea Lange, John McCrady, Clarence Millet, Eudora Welty, Fonville Winans, and Marion Post Wolcott, among others.
Artists of the Great Depression is presented in conjunction with Triumph Over Tragedy: The Great Depression & New Deal Era in North Louisiana. This event is the inaugural collaboration of the Eye-20 Creative Corridor.
The Eye-20 Creative Corridor is a unified effort of the three North Louisiana Arts Councils — Northeast Louisiana Arts Council, Shreveport Regional Arts Council and Bossier Arts Council — to provide a long-term cultural economy initiative for the communities surrounding Interstate-20.
The museum is open 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. Tuesday–Friday, and noon to 5 p.m. Saturday.
For a list of special events presented in association with this exhibition, please visit our website, www.masurmuseum.org.