Image: Detail of “Part of the cowling for one of the motors for a B-25 bomber is assembled in the engine department of North American [Aviation, Inc.]'s Inglewood, Calif., plant” (Library of Congress) Photograph by Alfred T. Palmer
March is Women's History Month
Join the River Vale Public Library in commemorating the vital role of women in American history with a variety of resources available from the library.
Frida Kahlo has become a household name in recent years, with movies, books and countless products dedicated to her art and likeness. This program will go beyond the artist’s famous facial hair and penetrating stare and explore her life and her work, particularly as it relates to the trolley accident she survived as a teen and her passionate and often tumultuous marriage to fellow artist Diego Rivera. Presented by Culturally Curious.
Through the month of March, you can access this lecture online, on demand. Register to receive program link.