Art , Patriotism, and Internment: 1942–46 (Virtual, Lake Forest Reads)

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Program Type:

Educational Talk / Class

Age Group:

Adults , Teens
Registration for this event is no longer open.

Program Description

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Join Art Historian Deb Levie as she discusses art in wartime, 1942–46.  Learn what kind of art was being made during this time and how it reflected the upheaval and uncertainty of this period of history. 

This event is virtual and will take place on Zoom

Once you register, you will receive a confirmation email with connection info for joining the virtual event. Please hold on to the confirmation email. A few minutes before the event start time, please use the connection info in the email to join us. If this is your first Zoom event with the Library, please visit our How to Join page.


This program is part of Lake Forest Reads

Since 2012, Lake Forest Library has invited the Lake Forest community to join our One Book, One Community reading program, Lake Forest Reads. The purpose of LFR is to foster literacy, a culture of reading, and a sense of community. With support from the Friends of Lake Forest Library, Lake Forest Reads includes a month-long series of events with partners in the community focusing on themes in each year's featured novel. Learn more at lakeforestlibrary.org/lfreads.