Photographers Who Defined the Great Depression

Date

Mar 01 2022

Time

5:30 pm - 7:00 pm

In 1930s America, several men and women were sent out with their cameras to document a period in history. What they brought back was an indelible and iconic record that defined the Great Depression. We will see photographs and hear their stories from photography greats Dorothea Lange, Arthur Rothstein, Walker Evans, Marion Post Wolcott, and others that tell the heartbreaking and hopeful stories of poverty, loss, and resilience in an era that forever defined the great struggle in rural America.

GUEST SPEAKER:
Christopher DantChristopher Dant is a local writer and photographer who previously worked with the great landscape photographer Ansel Adams in Carmel, California. Dant’s work has been part of exhibits in California, where he taught photography for the Ansel Adams Friends of Photography Workshops. In 2016, his black-and-white landscape photographs were shown in a juried exhibit at The Southern Vermont Arts Center. At GMALL, Christopher previously gave several talks about Ansel Adams.


Cost

$18.00

Location

via Zoom