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When: Aug 18, 2015 12am to Aug 19, 2018 12am in Boston, MA
Killer Legal LLC
Production and Distribution of Interview and Topic Podcasts with guest, who are lawyers, work in the legal profession, convicted felons, and other law related fields including students and professors of law. Launched first podcast in August 2015 Have many high profile quests including Bill Baird, the Father of Abortion, F. Lee Bailey, attorney for O.J. Simpson, and a first degree murderer frominside prison etc.
When: Nov 8, 2015 12am to Dec 9, 2020 12am in Wilmington, MA
Norman Rockwell's 323 "Saturday Evening Post" Covers
For nearly 50 years, millions of Americans brought Norman Rockwell's art into their homes, enjoying the artist's Saturday Evening Post covers while seated in their favorite chairs, surrounded by their belongings in the company of their families. This intimate connection with Rockwell's art made his images a part of the fabric of American lives. This comprehensive exhibition of original Saturday Evening Post cover tear sheets features each of Norman Rockwell's illustrations for the publication, created between 1916 and 1963.
When: Jun 6, 2016 12am to Jun 6, 2017 12am in Stockbridge, MA
Picturing Frederick Douglass
The Most Photographed American of the Nineteenth Century Picturing Frederick Douglass, the first major exhibition of photographs of the famed abolitionist, promises to revolutionize our knowledge of race and photography in 19th-century America. Many were unpublished, forgotten for decades, and previously unseen by contemporary viewers. Several were taken in Boston. Together, the images trace Douglass's visual journey from self-emancipated man to firebrand abolitionist and elder statesman, and they narrate a photographic autobiography across a half-century of history. Douglass, who was in love with photography, sat for his portrait whenever possible, from his earliest known photograph in 1841 until his passing in 1895. As a result, he became the most photographed American of the 19th century; more photographed than President Abraham Lincoln. Picturing Frederick Douglass offers a visually stunning re-introduction to America's first black celebrity--immediately recognizable in his own lifetime by millions. Based upon a recently published book with the same title written by Drs. John Stauffer of Harvard University and Zoe Trodd of the University of Nottingham, England, also co-curators of the new exhibit, which shows how the abolitionist used photography as a tool of reform. Come hear about Douglass' strategic plan to present positive and accurate images of African Americans that contradict negative stereotypes of black life often seen in the 19th century.
When: Jul 15, 2016 12am to May 31, 2017 12am in Boston, MA
When: Aug 29, 2016 12am to Jun 19, 2017 12am in Haverhill, MA