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This exhibit explored Cornwall as a creative community from the late 19 th century through the late 20 th century through paintings, photographs, artifacts, and oral histories. The exhibit will also explored how Cornwall maintained a sense of self and community with the influx of many cultural producers, such as Lewis Gannett and James Thurber, during the 20th century and its influence on these creators of culture and artistic trends in America.
This exhibit ran from June 25th through October 31st.
This exhibit and related programs were generously funded by the Buchanan Fund through The Community Foundation of Northwest Connecticut, National Iron Bank, and Torrington Savings Bank.