For more than 40 years, Janet Macoska has photographed rock ‘n’ roll royalty when they rumble through town.
She’s snapped shots of all your favorite rock stars. Michael Jackson? Yup. David Bowie? He liked her picture so much he hung it in his home. Paul McCartney? Yes, sir. Her portrait of the Beatle hangs in the National Portrait Gallery in London.
You can also find her work in the Smithsonian, Grammy Museum and Rock & Roll Hall of Fame.
Now she’s coming to Mentor Public Library. Macoska is hosting a special multimedia presentation at 6:30 p.m. on Tuesday, July 10, at our Main Branch. She’ll present rare images from her archives—combining iconic imagery with entertaining, behind-the-scenes stories.
Her book, All Access Cleveland, will also be available for sale. All Access compiles 340 of her favorite photos from more than 40 years in rock ‘n’ roll photography.
Macoska’s talk is free and open to all. We only ask that you RSVP. You can sign up online or call us at (440) 255-8811 ext. 247 to save you a seat.