Saturday, February 5th — Sunday, May 8th
Eudora Welty is one of the great literary voices but most people don’t realize that she also was an accomplished photographer. She worked for the Works Progress Administration during the Great Depression. Her writing and her photography combine to show her creations of narratives and themes. By using these art forms she shows a full view of the Depression era South.
This exhibit is part of the tri-state Southern Literary Trail programs which is sponsored in part by the Georgia Center for the Book. It was developed by the Museum of Mobile with funding from the Alabama Humanities Foundation.
Where: Atlanta History Center