RFHS Student Black and White Photography Exhibit Opening
Larry Williams' photography students will exhibit black and white photography inspired by Great Depression era photo journalism, as well as by Steinbeck’s “The Grapes of Wrath” at Carbondale’s Third Street Center in February. The exhibit will consist of emulations, re-creations, and comparisons from the talented students of RFHS. Black and white graphic work from art students will be included in the show. The public is invited to view the exhibit throughout the month and especially during the Community Soup Kitchen, Bread Baking, and Jamboree event on Sunday, February 24th from 2:30 p.m. to 5:30 p.m.The Jamboree will feature RFHS actors, book club members, singers who have been reading “The Grapes of Wrath” and helping to create a ʺhard timesʺ gathering for the whole community. We invite you to read the book and attend the any events celebrating The Big Read, John Steinbeck's classic novel “The Grapes of Wrath,” and the theme of sharing with your neighbors in times of need. The music and joy that came out the Great Depression will get you clapping your hands: Slide Whistle will play and the Zingers will sing. Come out and support our students! Enjoy bread from the Community Oven and soups from the best cooks in town. Wear your overalls and bring a little something to share if you can!
For more information, contact the Gordon Cooper Branch Library at (970) 963-2889.