Flexibility is the Name of the Game at The Garlands
The 1930s: Something for Everyone – Arts and Culture in the Depression
The 1930s Series presented by Harper College’s Myra Loris
2nd in a 2 PART SERIES: Tuesday, May 8th
Register for the full series or only those classes that interest you.
The popular culture of the 1930s was fraught with contradictions. It was, simultaneously, a decade of traditionalism and of modernist experimentation; of sentimentality and “hard-boiled” toughness; of longings for a simpler past and fantastic dreams of the future.