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American Landscape Photography: Art as Storytelling
Holly Markovitz Goldstein, Ph.D., Art History Professor at the Savannah College of Art and Design presents a lecture on the various traditions throughout American Landscape photography.
"American Landscape Photography: Art as Storytelling" offers an engaging exploration of canonical and lesser-known photographs depicting the American landscape from the invention of photography through the present. With a focus on how photographs convey multiple meanings, Dr. Goldstein will trace the appearance, context, and political and ecological messages embedded in landscape photography. Artists discussed will include Carleton Watkins, Ansel Adams, and Esther Pullman, among others.
Offered in conjunction with Green Places/Green Spaces/Greenhouses: Photographic Panoramas by Esther Pullman. Free for Museum members; $10 nonmembers (includes Museum admission). Reservations required. Please sign up online at Eventbrite or call (978)283-0455 x10 during business hours.
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