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Art Saturday: How do Contemporary Photographers Depict the Anthropocene? with Laura McManus


Virtual 10, Randolph College Virtual - 10 a.m.

11/7, 10 - 11 am Laura McManus Art Saturday: How do Contemporary Photographers Depict the Anthropocene? Limit 25 Many experts characterize the Anthropocene, the current period in the Earths' history, as a time when human activity has been the dominant influence on the Earth's climate and environment. In this session, Laura McManus will discuss Terry Evan's large-scale, photo montages of the American Plains, Mark Klett's "rephotographs" of American Southwest deserts, and James Balog's time-lapse photographs on endangered wildlife. To register: https://admission.randolphcollege.edu/register/?id=85c3d8c6-28c7-42d1-804d-11a6c15434a1
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