The National Portrait Gallery's Cultures in Motion program presents
Mrs. Graham Herself
Mrs. Graham Herself is a tribute to Katharine Graham, examining her life as a pioneer who became one of the most powerful publishers in newspaper journalism. The program features Kim Schraft as Graham; she is interviewed by Jewell Robinson, public program director and producer of Cultures in Motion. Mrs. Graham Herself was written by Jewell Robinson and Charis Durrance. This program is presented in conjunction with the current exhibition, "One Life: Katharine Graham" at the National Portrait Gallery.
This program is free but reservations are strongly recommended: http://mrsgraham.eventbrite.com/, e-mail NPGPublicPrograms[at]si.edu with “Graham” in the subject line or call (202) 633-8520.
Monday, May 16; 7 p.m.
Doors open at 6:30 p.m.
National Portrait Gallery
Nan Tucker McEvoy Auditorium