Join DuMA for Time Capsules: Photography and Anachronism, a lecture by photography historian and curator George Slade focusing on the Museum’s current exhibit Remnants of the West: Edward S. Curtis and Mark James.
Both Edward Curtis and Mark James use their photographic skills to transport us into other times and spaces. How do their images reflect photography’s unique capacity to represent history? This lecture will explore the question specifically in regards to Curtis and James, and more broadly as a phenomenon singular to the medium.
Lecture is free. Attendees are invited to tour the museum galleries and exhibit Remnants of the West after the talk at no charge.
Mark James, What is a Photograph… Really?
Join photographer Mark James for a gallery talk coinciding with new exhibit: Remnants of the West: Photographs by Edward S. Curtis and Mark James. Talk is free and attendees are invited to tour the museum after the talk for no additional charge.
Free program featuring guest juror Amanda Burdan, associate curator at the Brandywine River Museum of Art in Chadds Ford, Pennsylvania.
Ms. Burdan will speak in depth about her curation background and her process as a juror to select the participants of the 2017 DuMA Biennial Exhibition. Feel free to tour the galleries free of charge after the talk.
Check out the video clip from the gallery talk on January 7, 2017 by Priscilla Steele and Thomas C. Jackson here.