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UAMA Art Talks—The Art of the Depression

When: Thu., Jan. 28, 3:30-4:30 p.m. 2016

During the Great Depression, the Works Progress Administration's Federal Art Project hired hundreds of artists who collectively created over 100,000 artworks. Some of the 20th Century's greatest visual artists were employed, including Jackson Pollock, Willem Dekooning and Stuart Davis. Presented by University of Arizona Museum of Art docent Brack Brown.

Price: Free


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