STAIRWELL, 2ND FLOOR AND BALLROOM AT THE ARTS CENTER: works by George Rothacker

¬†NY30 – New York in the 1930’s

The 1930s was an era punctuated by the great depression, but monumental in its social, architectural and artistic achievements. In New York City, the Empire State Building,

the Chrysler Building and Rockefeller Center were all completed in the early 30s while

the Harlem Renaissance gave voice to the art, poetry, prose and music of African Americans.

Duke Ellington, Gershwin and Rogers and Hart created the soundtrack for the era, and the

WPA employed more than 5,000 artists to enriched a desolute landscape. George Rothacker’s exhibition is a “story in pictures” of the people and events of this monumental era. Viewable online are videos, which accompany the paintings and more completely describe the events, struggles and accomplishments of the times.  For more information, visit www.NewYork1930s.com.

A portion of the exhibit (in the Ballroom) is unavailable for viewing at the following times due to classes meeting in the space.

Monday 7:30-9:00 pm  and Tuesday 9:30-11:00 am and 5:30-7:00 pm

Wednesday 9:30-11:00 am  and  Thursday 6:00-7:15 pm

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  1. Barbara Quintiliano

    Congratulations to my dear friend Karen who is exhibiting today! She’s a shining example of how you can cultivate new talent in your retirement. She just added sculpture to her personal list! Love you!!!

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