Terra Foundation-supported Events

Symposium: “Framing Justice: Modernism and Social Advocacy in American Visual Arts and Dance, 1929-1945”

This symposium, organized by Loyola University Chicago, brings together scholars from the disciplines of art history and dance history to explore the meanings of social injustice as it informed the content and execution of the visual arts and dance in the 1930s and 1940s. Presentations focused on issues of economic justice, race, and gender aim to shed new light on the struggles faced by modernists who followed a social agenda for their work during the turbulent Depression era and into the World War II years.

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