Throughout the exhibition, gallery talks, artists’ lectures, and related events will further explore issues raised in the photographs on view. Return often for more information.
Fri, Apr 8, at 5:30 p.m. NM Museum of Art Museum
Earth Now: American Photographers and the Environment,
Public Opening and Book Signing with Katherine Ware, Curator of Photography
Meet the Author!
Kamilo (Twisted Waters), a video by Robert Gaylor from his body of work about debris from the North Pacific Gyre (aka the Great Pacific Garbage Patch),
Friday, April 8, 5:30-7:30, NM Museum of Art
Meet the Artist!
Free Friday Evening event
Sun, April 10, at 10 a.m. St. Francis auditorium
Michael P. Berman presents Keynote Lecture
Meet the Artist!
Untrammeled: A Model for Wilderness
In this keynote address for the exhibition Earth Now: American Photographers and the Environment, Berman brings together his training as a biologist and a photographer to discuss the concept of “untrammeled wilderness” and why it may be a useful strategy in mediating human demands on the landscape. A series of the artist’s photographs will be screened during his talk.
Lecture is free to the public.
Sun, June 5, 10:00 a.m. St. Francis auditorium
Panel Discussion, in conjunction with Review Santa Fe (more details to follow)
Mondays, June 6 – August 29, noon
Gallery Talks (additional speakers to be announced)
Meet in the New Wing galleries - Meet the Artists!
6/6 – Katherine Ware, Curator of Photography
6/13 – Robert Gaylor, Videographer, Kamilo (Twisted Waters)
Wednesdays, April 6 - August 31, 2011
"Artist of the Week" docent talks
5/25 Beth Lilly (Earth Now)
6/15 Brad Temkin (Earth Now)
6/22 Ansel Adams (Earth Now)
7/13 Eliot Porter (Earth Now)
8/10 Subhankar Banerjee (Earth Now)
8/17 Phil Underdown (Earth Now)
8/24 Bremner Benedict (Earth Now)