Program Type:Arts & Culture
American art can tell complex stories about evolving national identities in the United States. Join us as we look closely at American art from the colonial period to the early 20th century, engaging in conversation and exploring different perspectives with works from the National Gallery collection.
This program is presented in collaboration with seven other Westchester libraries: Scarsdale, Bedford Hills, New Rochelle, Somers, Tuckahoe, Warner (Tarrytown), and Yorktown.
PLEASE NOTE: You may attend this program either in-person at the library or online using your own device. All registrants will receive a Zoom link by e-mail. The public showing of the program will be in the auditorium.