Talks and Lectures, Workshops, Tours

Art 360˚ | Ansel Adams: Framing Nature through the Lens

Interactive study sessions that enhance your PEM experience | For adults and teens

Members and Salem residents $5, nonmembers $7 per monthly session

Saturday, June 23, 2012 from 9:30am - 11:30am

Reservations by June 21

Location: Meet at information desk

Curator of Photography Phillip Prodger partners with photographer Dorothy Kerper Monnelly, author of Between Land and Sea: The Great Marsh, to explore the exhibition, Ansel Adams: At the Water's Edge. Tour the show with Prodger; then join Monnelly for an exercise in photographic composition, problem-solving and creating a visual narrative through careful image framing. With insights from Monnelly's exploration of the role of water in the environment, learn techniques of balancing light and creating visual arrangements that draw the viewer in.


This event is SOLD OUT.

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