ICYMI: Music and art in Nazi Germany with IPR's Amanda Sewell
IPR's music director Amanda Sewell recently gave a talk about music and art in Nazi Germany.
It was part of the Coffee@Ten series from Crooked Tree Arts Center.
In the talk, Sewell presented several examples of music and art that highlighted Nazi values and then asked participants to consider the troubling legacy of these items in the 21st century.
The entire talk is available to view below.
Please note: the lecture contains some graphic imagery and topics that may not be suitable for all audiences.