Fred McDarrah's Photos On Display For Susan B. Anthony Project Fundraiser
Village Voice legend Fred W. McDarrah took some of the most iconic photographs of the Beat Generation and the Sixties, helping to establish the Voice's look and feel. He passed away in 2007, but on Friday, September 30, a private showing of many of his images will be held in Connecticut to help raise funds for the Susan B. Anthony Project.
The SBAP "promotes safety, healing and growth for all survivors of domestic and sexual abuse and advocates for the autonomy of women and the end of interpersonal violence."
The showing takes place on Friday, September 30, 2011, from 5:30-7:30 pm at Joseph Stannard's 19th Century Carriage House, in Norfolk, CT.
Go here to purchase your tickets for next week's event. McDarrah's photos are stunning.
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