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|DATE / TIME||EVENTS / INDUSTRY||LOCATION|
|Jul 23, 2015-|
Jul 23, 2015
06:30PM - 08:00PM
|Sonoma County Mid-Century Bohemians and Other Mavericks of the Region|
Listen in on a lively discussion between Les Adler, Renata Breth, and Jonah Raskin as they talk and reminisce about Sonoma County’s beloved artists, writers, scholars and photographers, like Hansel Mieth and Otto Hagel, Marguerite Wildenhain, Harry Dixo
History Museum of Sonoma County
Listen in on a lively discussion between Les Adler, Renata Breth, and Jonah Raskin as they talk and reminisce about Sonoma County’s beloved artists, writers, scholars and photographers, like Hansel Mieth and Otto Hagel, Marguerite Wildenhain, Harry Dixon, and Hassel Smith, and the context of their times. Lured by Jack London’s writings and the wish for a simple lifestyle, many were transplants from other countries and large cities. Drawn together by common interests, these mavericks created a thriving creative community in Sonoma County in the mid-century decades during a time period when anti-Communist feeling pervaded most of the country.
Lecture sponsor receives two tickets and credit in the Museum's marketing materials. Lecture sponsorships are tax-deductible.
Purchase your tickets here online or you can also call us at (707) 579-1500 during regular business hours or between 11:00am-5:00pm on weekends.
Meet-the-speaker RECEPTION begins at 6:30pm.
The TALK begins at 7:00pm.
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