Opening Reception Saturday 12/1/2018 1pm to 3pm
WWII ended in 1945, the upheaval that transformed the sleepy town of Sausalito to an industrial factory for the war effort was winding down. It was after the war when men, especially, were out of fulfill some of their dreams and regain lost time. The men and women who had fought to overcome tyranny abroad now sought to created lives with renewed purpose.
Aspiring artists, writers and musicians began returning home and enrolled in schools with the help of the G.I. Bill. Sausalito was having a Renaissance in the late 1940's. This exhibit focuses on those local poets, artists, impresarios, and makers.