January & February 2017
For the month of January, we've chosen twelve original prints from Depression-era photographers including Dorothea Lange and Walker Evans.
The series will be on display in our front gallery windows throughout the month. Free 12x18" posters of the featured images are available.
From 1935-44, the Farm Security Administration hired photographers and writers to document the hardships of rural farming communities. The goal of the FSA photography project was "introducing America to Americans." Over 175,000 black and white negatives now reside in the FSA/OWI collection.
To see the exhibit page, click here.