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New Deal airports, schools, hospitals, post offices, art, highways and more are still in use 75 years after they were built. No city, town, or rural area was untouched by the New Deal.List sites by state or city
New Deal New York
A map and guide to the key New Deal buildings and murals.See NY Map and Guide
New Deal San Francisco
A map and guide to key New
Deal buildings and murals.
A Green New Deal
A forum on the Green New Deal
and learning from the original New Deal.
New Deal News
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In September, the Living New Deal NYC held “From the Original New Deal to the Green New Deal,” a webinar featuring a diverse group of panelists that attracted 400 registrants. Keynote speaker Robert Kuttner—distinguished economist, author and editor of The American… read more
By Betty Rivard, Charleston, WV Over 1500 documentary photographs were taken by ten professional photographers in West Virginia between 1934 and 1943. These photographs continue to be exhibited, published, and referenced in discussions to this day. Beginning in 2006, the West… read more
View the Conversation A recording of Tuesday’s luncheon is available here. We hope you find it as fascinating at we did. Please share with anyone who might be interested! NCAC’s virtual luncheon explored the various approaches to resolving tensions around… read more
In a piece published in Artnet, Ben Davis, reflects on calls to help distressed art institutes in the aftermath of the COVID-19 pandemic by drawing on the lessons of the New Deal Arts Programs. Davis examines the history of the… read more
New Deal Resources
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- Join the Treasure Island museum’s Anne Schnoebelen to discover the “remains to be seen” from the Golden Gate International Exposition..
Little Island, Big Ideas, free online lecture this Saturday, February 27th at 10:30 am. Click here to receive the login link. Join the Treasure Island museum’s Anne Schnoebelen to discover the “remains to be seen” from the Golden Gate International Exposition. Speaker: Author… read more