As part of our continuing Fireside Chat series, FDR Foundation Arts and Humanities Director Marcela Davison Avilés explores the impact of FDR’s Good Neighbor Policy on America’s visual, film, and performing arts and the legacy of the New Deal on American pop culture. Learn about the friendships, influences and intrigue among the major players in FDR’s cabinet and Mexican artists, and the influence of Eleanor Roosevelt on the social justice arts of the day. Are these art lessons of the past worth repeating? Join the conversation and share your views.
October 4th, 7PM in the FDR Suite. Limited to 12 Sign up info HERE