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March 21, 2017 - photo frame

The universe of work and a farrago of people who kept a American economy abounding over a past 150 years will be distinguished this week during Art Gallery 21 in Wilton Manors.

In chronological photographs, blue-collar workers are shown plucking oranges, inserting phone plugs into switchboards and toiling on bureau public lines — including children, who worked in factories before child-labor laws were upheld in 1938. The Smithsonian’s National Archives fabricated images of these activities for a roving vaunt “The Way We Worked,” opening Friday, Mar 24.

On arrangement are archival accounts from workers, brief films and audio clips that inspect how work environments have developed over a past 150 years. The gallery will also prominence a struggles and triumphs of LGBT people in a workplace with a messenger print exhibit, “Diversity, Equity and a Paycheck,” that facilities images taken by Wilton Manors workers and retirees.

When: Mar 24-May 6; noon-6 p.m. Wednesday-Saturday

Where: Art Gallery 21, 600 NE 21 Court, Wilton Manors

Cost: Free

Contact: 954-661-4740 or ArtGallery21.org

pvalys@southflorida.com or 954-356-4364

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