Our Stories ONLINE: Shadow Catchers- 150 years of Arizona Photography
Our Stories is now online! Historian and photographer Jim Turner shares some of the world’s best photographers who have focused their lenses on Arizona. In addition to the renowned Edward S. Curtis, Kate Cory lived with the Hopi and represented them in photographs and on canvas, while C. S. Fly gave us the famous Geronimo pictures. In the 20th century Josef Muench’s pictures brought the movies to Monument Valley, Dorothea Lange captured Dust Bowl families, Barry Goldwater depicted Navajo and Hopi culture, and Ansel Adams glorified Arizona’s skies, canyons, and mesas. This presentation’s powerful images make the land and its people come alive. This program is made possible by the Friends of the Chandler Public Library.
Our Stories will be presented online until in-person program return to the Chandler Library and Chandler Museum. Produced as a collaboration between the Library and the Museum, this series presents diverse speakers who share unique Arizona and local history topics to a general audience throughout the year.
- Saturday, September 19, 2020
- 10:30am - 11:30am
- Time Zone:
- Arizona Time (change)