Milwaukee history writer on New Deal featured at Miller Art Museum

The history of one of the most ambitious federal programs ever implemented in the country will be part of an exhibition talk next week at the Miller Art Museum in Sturgeon Bay.  Erin TerBeek, a Milwaukee-based history writer, will present a free public presentation titled “Greendale, a Green Belt Town: Examples of New Deal Projects in Wisconsin”.  The talk will complement the Museum’s current exhibit “Jason Relando: New Deal Utopias”.  TerBeek shares what people will hopefully take away from the presentation. 



TerBeek will also share an interactive New Deal map that documents over 100 sites in Wisconsin from the University of Berkley where she interned.  The one-hour Exhibition talk at the Miller Art Museum will be at 10:30 next Thursday morning in the main gallery.  The exhibit will be on display through Monday, February 25.      

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