This spring, you have two chances to see our film “Enough to Live On: The Arts of the WPA” and experience the art of the Great Depression on the big screen like you’ve never seen it before.
To mark National Historic Preservation Month in May, this film will screen in Greenhills, Ohio. A tour of the community’s WPA art will take place following the film. The Village of Greenhills is a National Historic Landmark and is one of only three greenbelt towns built through the New Deal in response to the Great Depression.
In June, we were invited by the New Haven Free Public Library to come to New Haven, Connecticut. Director Michael Maglaras and executive producer Terri Templeton will introduce the film and lead a discussion following the screening.
View clips from the film at this link.
May 20 — 2:00pm
Greenhills Historical Society
June 22 — 6:00pm
New Haven Free Public Library
New Haven, Connecticut
Can’t make it to one of these screenings? You can purchase the DVD at this link.