May 4th, 7pm
In the 1970s, Vermont changed in meaningful ways: politically, culturally, and demographically. The Vermont Historical Society has been leading a two-year project to collect memories, documents, and objects from this tumultuous decade to document the impact of counterculture. Curator Jackie Calder and Public Program Coordinator Amanda Gustin will share the initial results and give a preview of the exhibit and symposium scheduled for fall 2016. For more information on the Vermont 1970s project, visit the project website: vermonthistory.org/vt70s
Listen below to a feature on VPR about the upcoming show.