Smithsonian, Local Exhibits Show The Way Work Has Changed
Twin Falls, Idaho (KMVT-TV) The traveling exhibit from the Smithsonian is getting a definitely local spin. It's called “The Way We Worked,” and it's a look at how jobs in America have changed in the last 150 years.
It's on display at the Twin Falls Center for the Arts. The Twin Falls County Museum contributed some historic photos and displays, while local photographers took pictures of how we work today.
Pattie Lopshire, Operations Manager for the Magic Valley Arts Council, says, "Also what brought the Magic Valley and how the Magic Valley has developed into the center that it is today. And the work that people went through to bring us the hope and the livelihoods that we have now."
The exhibit in the Art center lobby is open daily from 8:00 a.m. to 10 p.m., and admission is free. To find out the hours for the local exhibits, call 734-ARTS.
The Twin Falls Public Library is also hosting a series of talks about related books. This wednesday night beginning at 6:30 p.m. in the program room, Clark Draney will discuss Willa Cather's book "The Professor's House."
Mar. 26, 2012.