Opening Sunday, May 28th, from 2:30PM - 4PM
Rare Nest Gallery Presents an Exploration of
THE WOODY GUTHRIE & BOB DYLAN ARCHIVES
With Chloe Fourte, Event & Programs Manager,
The American Song Archives, Woody Guthrie Center, Bob Dylan Center, Tulsa
Sunday May 28, 2:30 PM. Space is limited. Reservations are required; firstname.lastname@example.org
Part of the Tulsa-based American Song Archives, the Woody Guthrie & Bob Dylan Archives have international and interdisciplinary reach, specifically in the fields of multimedia art and art history, musicology, political science, psychology and health sciences, women and gender studies, literature, and minority and multicultural studies. The American Song Archives is dedicated to preserving the legacy of America’s most enduring and inspiring songwriters and manages, preserves, and provides access to countless treasures of American creativity from the archives Dylan, Guthrie, Phil Ochs, and others.
Chloe Fourte holds a B.A. in Radio/Television/Film from the Northwestern University School of Communication with a minor in Music Technology. Chloe is a former Rare Nest Gallery Intern focusing on archives — and we could not be prouder. In a highly visual presentation Chloe will present highlights from the collections, personal favorites and will provide an understanding of the ASA, in general.
Credits: Guthrie (With guitar and ‘This Machine Kills Fascists’ Label; 1943, Wiki/LOC. Dylan; 1966, Wiki/Svenska Dagbladet. Fourte; Bollinger for TulsaPeople.com.