Special Presentation July 12th
THROUGH HER EYES: WOMEN PHOTOGRAPHERS
DIA Interpretive Program Volunteer Carlene VanVoorhies will introduce you to the impact of art photography by some of the leading women artists in the 19th and 20th centuries. Before that time, women were not allowed into art schools, and discouraged from pursuing painting and sculpture as careers. When cameras were invented, manufacturers gave them away for feedback on how they were being used, opening the door to women artists. The photographs discussed at the presentation are all in the permanent collection of the DIA.
All this at the Thursday, July 12th Meeting, from 6-8:00 PM at the Stage Nature Center. Admission for Members - Free; Non-Members - $5.
This presentation is a departure from our usual routine since it's not nature or wildlife photography, but its sure to be enjoyable and to stimulate photographic interest.
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ABOUT Carlene VanVoories
Carlene has been an Interpretive Program Volunteer at the DIA for the past 9 years. During that time, she has given hundreds of public and private tours in the museum, as well as over 1500 presentations in the community, at libraries, community centers and other venues.