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The WPA “Dollar”
Artists of the WPA
Kansas City from Politics, Farming, & the Law Thomas Hart Benton, 1936 Kansas City from Politics, Farming, & the Law Thomas Hart Benton, 1936
The Annual Move by Otis Dozier, 1936
Construction of the Dam by William Gropper
Women of Flint, MI by Joseph Varak
The Cradle Will Rock, 1937 Orson Welles & John Houseman The theater, when it’s good, is always dangerous!
The American Guide Series
Former Slave Interviews
Mr. Montuori & Ms. Pojer Horace Greeley HS Chappaqua, NY.
The Dust Bowl. “Tractored Out” With farm prices low in both the 1920s and 1930s, small family farms found it difficult to survive, even before the Dust.
The 1 st New Deal. Relief, Recovery, Reform (3Rs) 1.Relief – to provide immediate assistance (money, food, clothes, and jobs) to avoid starvation or homelessness.
The WPA- Federal Art Project Why would the government fund a federal art project?
1932 Election Democrats nominated the governor of New York, FDR (cousin of Theodore Roosevelt) - promised a “New Deal”Democrats nominated the governor.
Objective: To examine the formation of the New Deal.
Depression-Era Art. Thomas Hart Benton Missouri artist advocate of “Regionalism” self-proclaimed “enemy of Modernism” felt that art should be.
Effects of the New Deal Chapter 16, section 3. Economic Relieved poverty in some segments of society.
this was the name FDR gave to his new program to fight the Depression it was a revolution in American society - changed completely the way the gov't.
Created By Debra Troyanos. What story is being told here? Who are these people? Where are they? What will happen next? Does this look like a scene.
Essential Question: –In what ways did President Franklin Roosevelts New Deal provide relief, recovery, & reform during the Great Depression? Warm-Up Question:
Grant Wood ( ) American Painter from Iowa.
Culture in the 1930’s Ch 15 Sec 4 - Essential Questions: Ch 15 Sec 4 - Essential Questions: 1.) What entertainment did radio and movies provide? 1.)
Texture. Texture is how the surface of something feels. This may be actual or illusionary. In drawing and painting artists often try to create the illusion,
Jasper Johns, Three Flags, 1958 How Artists See America.
23:2 Second New Deal Takes Hold. Second New Deal Second Hundred Days First New Deal-not enough improvement – Unemployment still high – Production still.
Effects of the New Deal 5.5 and 5.6. Effects of the New Deal Economic Relieved poverty in some segments of society Some people were working Others were.
Training Guide. ` <- Phone Line/ Speed Dial Buttons <----- Soft Keys Voice Mail Indicator Light -- (Turns red when message is available) Alphanumeric.
Culture in the 1930s MAIN IDEA Motion pictures, radio, art and literature blossomed during the New Deal. WHY IT MATTERS NOW The films, music, art,
JOE WANG, CIERRA SCOTT, MADELINE VALDES, MELISSA POTTER How did the Great Depression & the New Deal influence art & literature? Did literature during the.
Midwest Artists. Descriptors of the Midwest physical landscape, characteristics of the people here, how living here makes you feel… Cold Grassland Flat.
Honors US History Chapter 13 Mr. Brink. 1932 ELECTION 1 out of 4 was unemployed… nat'l income was 50% of what it had been in 1929 Repubs. nominated.
Cradling Wheat, by Thomas Hart Benton, 1938 “I don’t know whether it’s art or not and I don’t care. What I want to show is the energy and rush and confusion.
Jackson Pollock November 7,2005 By: Mary Lou Anderson.
Thomas Hart Benton. T HE AMERICAN ARTIST Thomas Hart Benton was a major American artist from Missouri. His paintings are famous for showing.
Rape of Persephone Locri, votive relief, ca 480 BC.
6:00 a.m. G Stopped in Springfield M G. 7:00 a.m. M G Stopped in Lebanon G.
EXAMPLE 5 Find the sum of a geometric series Find the sum of the geometric series 16 i = 1 4(3) i – 1. a 1 = 4(3) 1– 1 = 4 r = 3 = 4 1– – 3 ( )
Works Progress Administration Created in 1935 Headed by Harry Hopkins Focused on public works such as bridges, roads, runways Also included arts projects.
Thomas Hart Benton (April 15, 1889 – January 19, 1975) an American painter & muralist.
John Steuart Curry and the American Regionalist ( ) Born Dunavant, Kansas; died, Madison, Wisconsin 1937 self-portrait Self Portrait,
Civil War - Causes. Sectionalism: placing of the interest of one’s region ahead of the nation.
American Realism The Civil War and Post-War Period Thomas Charles Farrer ( ), Mount Tom, 1865.
Honor, Politics, and Vigilantism I.Introduction II.Honor A.Notions of Manhood B.The Implications of Political Speech C.Honorable Men of Politics III.Violence.
The Election of 1936 Results A tremendous victory for Roosevelt Alf Landon carried only two states. The Union Party candidate polled less than 2 percent.
Chapter 12 – last section One more major New Deal Program – the TVA (Tennessee Valley Authority) The TVA built several dams in one of the poorest areas.
World War Two and New York Presented By Kenneth T. Jackson Jacques Barzun Professor of History and the Social Sciences and Director of the Herbert H. Lehman.
CHAPTER 13 Presidential Reconstruction. LINCOLN’S ASSASSINATION April 14, 1865 Fords Theatre Our American Cousin (play) Dies at the Peterson House.
AMENDMENT PROCESS. AMENDING THE CONSTITUTION The Framers of the Constitution knew that that our country would change over time. They knew that there had.
How did the Great Depression and the New Deal Influence Art and Literature? Did Literature during the 1930’s present a positive or negative view Suzie.
Who Da Man?? 100 people in 100 days #1-10. Christopher Columbus Sailed to America in 1492 Made 4 voyages to America.
Political Cartoon Analysis- Immigration in the late 1800s EQ: Why has immigration always been a controversial issue in America?
The Great Depression Chapter 23 – Section 3 Life in the Great Depression.
The Politics of Slavery. Slavery in the U.S. After Rev. War, northern states began to end slavery By 1790, more than 90% of enslaved African Americans.
Effects of the New Deal Topic 5.5 and 5.6. Economic Relieved poverty in some segments of society.
1 6th Annual Reception for Women Faculty May 29, 2003 Picture 01.
The Hoover Administration Background: raised in Iowa by aunt and uncle Stanford graduate engineer; self-made millionaire believed in “rugged individualism”
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