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Women's History Salons
Expanding LIFE's Frame: Six Women Photographers
Dolores Flamiano, Wendy Kozol, Sarah Gordon
Fri, September 13, 2019 | 7 pm | $15 ($12 Members) $8 Women's History Council

Join us at the Center for Women's History for thrilling programs and intimate conversations with scholars, journalists, artists, activists, businesswomen, and more amazing leaders of today. Guided by its expert committee of scholars, the Center has a full calendar of public events and salons to explore. 

Note: This event is sold out. 


For decades, Americans saw the world through the lens of LIFE magazine’s photographers, including the groundbreaking women featured in our exhibition LIFE: Six Women Photographers. How did these  pioneers help shape  photojournalism? Join exhibition co-curator Sarah Gordon for a wide-ranging conversation on with photography scholars Wendy Kozol of Oberlin College and Dolores Flamiano of James Madison University. Refreshments will be served.

To attend a curator-led tour of the exhibition at 6:30 pm, please register by emailing womenshistory@nyhistory.org. Tour capacity is 15. 


Tech Commons, New-York Historical Society, 170 Central Park West, New York, NY 10024

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Image: Hansel Mieth, photograph from “International Ladies’ Garment Workers: How a Great Union Works Inside and Out,” LIFE, August 1, 1938
© LIFE Picture Collection, Meredith Corporation

Lead support for the Center for Women's History programs provided by
Joyce B. Cowin, Diane and Adam E. Max, Jean Margo Reid, 
and the Andrew W. Mellon Foundation. 

Creative: Tronvig Group