Jennifer Carpenter, a 2010 graduate of Maryland’s Historic Preservation Program, unveiled an installation on WWI poster art this month at the Raleigh City Museum in Raleigh, NC. Carpenter, who acts as exhibition coordinator for the museum, created, developed and wrote the exhibit, which takes a closer look at how wartime poster art inspired and incited a nation at a time before television. The exhibit contains original and reproduced posters from the era, as well as local artifacts. It will be on display at the museum through May 11th. A review on Triangle.com, which reveals more about the exhibit (calling it a “must see”) can be read here
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