Regular Price: $1.00
'Barker at the Fairground at Rutland Fair, September 1941' Postcard
Exhibit: Crash to Creativity: THE NEW DEAL IN VERMONT
Crash to Creativity: The New Deal in Vermont sheds light on an important, under-studied aspect of our state’s history, focusing on the role of many government sponsored New Deal projects in fostering a culture of creativity and innovation in the Green Mountains, 1933-1943. The many artists, writers, and civil workers whose products were funded through the New Deal, helped document the state’s history, record its conditions during the Depression and attendant recovery, and build the infrastructure that continues to benefit us today.
The exhibition will feature paintings by Francis Colburn, Ronald Slayton among others, photographs, furniture from Civilian Conservation Corps (CCC) cabins, archival documentation of New Deal projects such as letters, as well as transcriptions and audio recordings of Vermonters created by the Federal Writers Project.
• Size 4x6 inches (10x15 cm)
• Matte Finish
• Printed in the USA
Barker at the Fairground at
Rutland Fair, Vermont, September 1941
Jack Delano (1914-1997)
Dye Transfer Print, 7 x 10.0625 Inches (Image)
Collection of Williams College Museum of Art,
Gift of Richard Jeffrey, Class of 1952
Crash to Creativity: THE NEW DEAL IN VERMONT
Bennington Museum, June 30 - Nov 4, 2018