Fairmount Center for the Arts “Pull Back the Curtain” Speaker Series: “Bruce Springsteen: Live from the Heartland”

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Date(s) - 08/17/2021
7:00 pm - 8:00 pm

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Fairmount Center for the Arts, a non-profit community center for the arts, is pleased to announce a “Pull Back the Curtain” Speaker Series event, featuring a discussion with photographer Janet Macoska and writer Peter Chakerian on their new book, Bruce Springsteen: Live from the Heartland!
(Image: Janet Macoska)

The talk will be held from 7:00-8:00PM on Tuesday, August 17th at Fairmount (8400 Fairmount Road, Novelty) as part of Fairmount’s 45th Annual Arts Exhibition’s events.  The exhibition and this talk is free and open to the public. 

Janet Macoska and Peter Chakerian will go behind the scenes of this new release, sharing photos and insights from their new and best selling book, Bruce Springsteen: Live in the Heartland. With never-before-seen photos, Macoska and Chakerian dive into The Boss’s history as a performer, and his love of the Cleveland area.

Celebrating its 50th year of business, Fairmount has been serving the residents of northeast Ohio through arts enrichment and programming. In an effort to preserve the past and reimagine the future, the Fairmount Art Exhibition and Speaker Series serves as one of the many celebrations throughout the year honoring Fairmount’s rich history and exciting path forward. The “Pull Back the Curtain” Speaker Series program welcomes all curious about the arts to attend this program. The “Pull Back the Curtain” Speaker Series program is made possible due to the support of Toby and Melanie Maloney. 

To register to attend this free “Pull Back the Curtain” Speaker Series program call 440-338-3171 or visit: https://www.fairmountcenter.org/special-events/.  Fairmount Center for the Arts is located at 8400 Fairmount Road, Novelty, OH 44072.

The mission of Fairmount Center for the Arts is to enrich lives through the arts. For 50 years, Fairmount Center for the Arts has provided a space for individual expression and the opportunity for all to explore the arts through classes, workshops, community performances and cultural programs.  For more information or to register for summer camps, classes, music lessons and special events  visit www.fairmountcenter.org or call (440) 338-3171.