A Conversation on Politics, Photography, and Productions with Bonnie Lautenberg
Bonnie Lautenberg is an esteemed photographer, writer, philanthropist, and businesswoman. The widow of former U.S. Senator Frank Lautenberg (Dem., NJ), Bonnie got to know many of the nation’s leaders from Clinton to Biden. Her portrait series How They Changed Our Lives: Senators as Working People is in the Library of Congress archives, and her work is featured in the Eli Broad Collection and the Smithsonian Institution’s National Museum of African American History. She is currently co-producing a musical based on the life of pop icon Andy Warhol, along with music manager Steve Leber, director Trevor Nunn, and writer/composer Rupert Holmes.
The conversation will be moderated by Carol Rose, editor of Palm Beach Daily News.