|Date||Wednesday, May 7|
|Location||Lebowitz Meeting Hall|
Sally Matson performs as Margaret Bourke-White, groundbreaking photographer of the 1930s–50s who captured the beauty of industry.
Her ability to make powerful machines look like art was just what the country wanted at a time of industrial expansion. Then, as the Depression brought heartache and despair, she began to concentrate on the people behind the machines.
We will learn about her adventures climbing on skyscrapers, leaning out of airplanes, going into war zones, and on a bombing mission. She was a woman determined to be the best and the first!
Creative Connections is a group that meets monthly for friendship, conversation, and to hear interesting speakers.
All programs are free, and registration is not required. Light refreshments are served. Please come early and socialize!
Questions? Contact Liz Bailey at 508-647-6521 or email@example.com.