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Photographing Our Fragile Earth | Livestream Zoom + Recorded

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Course Description:

Join us for an unforgettable overview of powerful photographs that are hauntingly beautiful and also somber documents of our fragile, ever-changing environment. We'll explore photographic essays by dedicated artists who use photography as a means to portray our natural world and champion awareness of the need for conservation. Beginning with William Henry Jackson's photographs of Yellowstone in the 1870s, we'll view the work of contemporary photographers including Nick Brandt's heart-rending imagery of African animals on the brink of extinction, Camille Seaman's austere photographs of rapidly melting ice caps, as well as the work of many other concerned artists.

 

Tuition: $30.00

Additional Fees: $0.00


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Day/Time

Mondays, Oct. 17, 24 *1:00 – 2:30pm* (2 sessions)

Location

Course will meet live via Zoom. A Zoom link will be emailed to you prior to each class session. Courses will stream via Zoom and WILL be recorded for viewing later. A video link will be emailed to you within 3-5 days of each session.

Facilitator:

Brian Taylor, M.F.A., M.A., is Professor Emeritus at San José State University where he served as Chair of the Department of Art and Art History. He is also Director Emeritus at the Center for Photographic Art and his artworks are included in the permanent collections of the Bibliotheque Nationale in Paris, the Victoria and Albert Museum in London, the George Eastman Museum in Rochester, among many others.