Friends of the Arts

July 12th, 2010 by CfRP

Exciting news to share!!!

Friends of the Arts  is inviting all our Arts Partners and Friends to a very
special Author Presentation on Monday, July 19th at our newest venue on Main
Street, Plymouth, NH, known as the Art Cellar.  There is no fee to attend,
although donations are always welcome.

We are very fortunate to have world class author and former director of both
the National Museum of American History and The National Parks Service,
Roger G. Kennedy, present excerpts and images from his new book, “‘When Art
Worked: The New Deal, Art, and Democracy”.

Recently featured on NH Public Radio, Kennedy and his new book chronicles
the New Deal’s mobilization of artists to help reanimate our musical,
theatrical, pictorial, sculptural, and craft traditions, as it assisted
artists of landscape and citiscape to do their best work in the public
interest.

The presentation will begin at 6:30 and is sponsored by Friends of the Arts
Regional Arts Council.  Admission is free, although donations are always
welcome.

To register for the program or for more information, please call (603)
536-1182 or you can email Executive Director, Mark Dionne, at
mdionne@friends-of-the-arts.org.

Hope to see on the 19th!

Cynthia Vascak and Mark Dionne

Mark Dionne
Executive Director
Friends of the Arts Regional Arts Council PO Box 386 Plymouth, NH 03264
(603) 536-1182
mdionne@friends-of-the-arts.org
www.friends-of-the-arts.org

Cynthia Vascak Ph.D.
Chair, Art Department Plymouth State University Coordinator, MAT in Art
Education
17 High St., Plymouth, NH 03264
cynthiav@plymouth.edu

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