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Three posters depicting life during the pandemic: two women (one a nurse) wearing masks, the third is a picture of a teacher teaching via a computerAs the world marks the one-year anniversary of the global COVID-19 pandemic, the Library of Congress has been collecting materials and documenting this time in history through a variety of initiatives.The Library’s rapid-response collecting since the start of lockdowns and social distancing measures over the past year has included acquiring photographs that document the pandemic’s impact on individuals and communities, capturing artists’ responses to the outbreak, mapping the pandemic’s spread and archiving the world’s response online.Click here for more information.
While Russell Lee’s work is widely known, his story has remained more elusive. A new definitive biography, published by Liveright in association with the Library of Congress, establishes Lee as one of the most influential documentary photographers in American history.In “Russell Lee: A Photographer’s Life and Legacy,” historian and archivist Mary Jane Appel examines the paradoxes of Lee’s dual status as an independently wealthy man and the most prolific photographer of the Great Depression.Click here for more information.
Watch these videos just added to the Library of Congress website.2020 Library of Congress National Book FestivalThe National Book Festival continues! Curl up this weekend and watch your favorite authors in newly-released Q&A sessions on these stages:Children's AuthorsDon TateJon Scieszka & Steven WeinbergBarb RosenstockKate DiCamillo & Ann PatchettPam Muñoz RyanAngela DominguezK.A. HoltDeborah HopkinsonKwame MbaliaJessica & Parker CurryJerry CraftChelsea ClintonTeen AuthorsBecky Albertalli & Aisha SaeedGene Luen YangJason ReynoldsMike CuratoFamily, Food & FieldBill BufordJesse DoughertyBruce FeilerDavid KampJudith Warner & Esther WojcickiGail CollinsFiction & Genre FictionKali Fajardo-AnstineJohn GrishamJames McBrideIshmael Beah & Maaza MengisteColson WhiteheadEmily St. John MandelAlaya Dawn JohnsonDavid IgnatiusHistory & BiographyHarold Holzer, Ted Widmer & Kai BirdErica Armstrong DunbarEric FonerHeather Cox RichardsonDavid RubensteinPoetry & ProseJuan Felipe Herrera & Robert PinskyElizabeth TallentScienceKatherine EbanEdward D. MelilloLeland Melvin & Jonathan EllerUnderstanding Our WorldJames A. RobinsonHaben GirmaChristopher Caldwell & Thomas FrankDaniel MarkovitsBarton Gellman, David Ignatius & Thomas RidHomegrown from Home 2020Our stay-at-home summer folklife series included talks with the artists. Here are two newly-available chats.Conversation with Joe JencksConversation with Alasdair Fraser and Natalie Haas Ron Howard & J.D. Vance on "Hillbilly Elegy" Librarian of Congress Carla Hayden spoke with film director Ron Howard and J.D. Vance, author of "Hillbilly Elegy: A Memoir of a Family and Culture in Crisis," about the creative process of bringing the book to the screen with the release of the new film, "Hillbilly Elegy."Celebrating Beethoven at 250 at the Library of Congress The Library's Raymond White discussed some of the Beethoven treasures held in the music division of the Library of Congress. The People's Art Julie Goldsmith discussed "The People's Art: The Chicago Tribune's Transformation of Visual Journalism and Printing in the 20th Century."
The Library of Congress has acquired more than 200 sketches of the Rodney King police brutality trials against four Los Angeles police officers in the 1990s, drawn by courtroom sketch artist Mary Chaney (1927-2005).Although the focus is on the police officers, some of the sketches feature King on the witness stand describing his injuries while recording of the beating plays at his civil trial against the city of Los Angeles. Others show Judge John G. Davies (1929-2020) and members of the jury.Click here for more information.
The Library of Congress will continue its critically acclaimed season of Concerts from the Library of Congress with an offering of virtual concerts, interviews and conversations with artists and composers, lectures, curator talks and educational programs. The spring series kicks off on March 12 with a performance from the young musicians of the New World Symphony, followed by performances from Scottish pianist Steven Osborne on March 19 and the Dudok Quartet Amsterdam on March 26.All events will be made available at 8 p.m. ET on the scheduled premiere date on loc.gov/concerts, the Library’s YouTube channel and the Performing Arts at the Library of Congress Facebook page. All events of the season are free, and tickets are not required.Click here for more information.
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